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  • 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 ...
  • Race discrimination at work

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    Commenting in response to media reports that Nigel Farage has said employers should be able to discriminate in favour of British workers, a Commission spokesperson, said: "There is certainly nothing wrong with wanting all British workers to have jobs ...

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