Creating a fairer Britain
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Introducing the aims and objectives of the Working Better programme.
Particular groups are covered against discrimination as they have "Protected characteristics", the nine protected groups of people are…
You can find the answers to 10 commonly asked questions about the Equality Act 2010.
A simple explanation of key equality and human rights terms used in Commission guidance.
Find guidance for employers and service providers pre-Equality Act 2010.
Guidance for employers about their rights under the Equality Act 2010
In January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights (the Court) published its judgments in four combined cases about religious rights in
What to do if a worker complains to you about being discriminated.
Find guidance on how to make adjustments for disabled staff.
In this section is an A to Z list of useful links for employers with relation to employment based issues
How to follow equality law no matter what type of business you are operating, from Banks to restaurants.
Guidance for service providers about their duties under the Equality Act 2010
Advice and information on the equality duty
Find out how you can use the Equality Duty to make Fair Financial Decisions
Human rights are not just another challenge for a highly pressured health and social care sector to meet.
Read about how Regulators, Inspectorates and Ombudsmen are applying Human Rights legislation in their day-to-day work
Mainstreaming equality considerations in procurement: A guide for public authorities in England.
Buying better outcomes
Equal Choices, Equal Chances is a brand new FREE careers education resource for Key Stage 2 teachers. Developed by the Equality and Human…
Equal Rights, Equal Respect is a set of free online teacher training and education resources to help teach Key Stage 3 students in Engla
This guide explains what you must do to meet the requirements of equality law as someone who has pupils, students and parents who access…
What equality law means
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