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  • Commissioner Chris Holmes responds to disability hate crime report

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    Commenting in response to the Criminal Justice Joint Inspection report today that the criminal justice system in England and Wales is continuing to fail disabled victims Equality and Human Rights Disability Commissioner Lord Chris Holmes said: “The Equali ...
  • Commission to support Police with new Stop and Search training

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    The Equality and Human Rights Commission is working with the College of Policing (COP) to develop a new stop and search training programme for officers. The announcement comes as Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) publish their latest figur ...
  • Commission sets out new priorities in Business Plan

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    Three new projects are at the centre of the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s new Business Plan for 2015/16, addressing issues that affect the lives of millions of people. The Commission will be examining the state of access to civil justice, pay gap ...
  • Commission warns against ‘regressive’ change to human rights laws

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    Changes to human rights laws that would water down the protections we all enjoy would be ‘regressive’ and undermine Britain’s reputation as a global leader that can challenge human rights abuses abroad, the Equality and Human Rights Commission is expected ...

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