What is the Exchange Network?
The Equality and Human Rights Exchange Network is a forum dedicated to the exchange of ideas and advice for employers and service providers. To join the forum, a simple form can be completed at the foot of this page.
Equality and Human Rights Exchange Conference 2015
Shaping the Future
This took place in June 2015. The conference was attended by over 100 delegates from across the public and third sectors in Wales. Delegates heard from three keynote speakers and worked together in workshops, to develop ideas on how to improve Impact Assessments, to deliver better decision making.
Speakers' presentations can be accessed using the links below:
The conference report is available to download.
Spring Equality and Human Rights Exchange Events
The latest round of Equality and Human Rights Exchange regional events were in Spring 2015
During the sessions members had the opportunity to discuss:
- the key human rights challenges in Wales
- how a human rights framework can assist in eliminating human rights abuses
- the challenges and benefits of staff networks to employers and employees
If you would like to attend future events please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To join the Exchange please complete the online form at the foot of this page.
For more information contact email@example.com
Why join the Exchange?
Members of the Exchange
- receive regular mailings to keep them informed about latest developments in equality and human rights issues.
- are invited to attend and take part in regular events and conferences looking at equality and human rights issues. These include legal updates and examples of best practice.
- have the opportunity to network and share best practice with other members who are also working in equality.
This set of regional events were an opportunity for members to discuss the Procurement, Employment Information and Staff Training Specific Duties.
Value Wales gave a presentation on procurement, which is free to download
Value Wales procurement presentation, PDF format
Last updated: 15 Oct 2018