Aneela Asim brought the claim against Nottinghamshire Black Partnership and two members, board member Najeeb Nazir and former treasurer Mohammad Aslam – a current Nottingham city councillor.
She says she was discriminated against and harassed once she was appointed to a position of power within the company. An employment tribunal held at Byron House in Maid Marian Way found that Mrs Asim was discriminated against after she submitted two grievances to the board, who did not respond to her claims.
The tribunal also found that Mrs Asim was harassed because of her sex when former treasurer and Nottingham city councillor Mohammad Aslam referred to her as ‘she’ and ‘her’ at board meetings, treating her sometimes as if she wasn’t there.”
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