Single equalities bill

Harassment under the Equality Act

David Stephenson of 1 Mitre Court Chambers
www.1mcb.com/people/stephenson_d.htm
gave a talk on Harassment under the Equality Act
His handout paper and slides can be viewed in the attachments

2011 DLA Conference - Equality Act - One Year On

Many thanks to all those who came to the DLA conference on Monday, 17th October and helped to make it such a success. 

Typical comments were :
  • "Excellent conference, I feel that it was of fantastic value to me as a practitioner"
  • "Thank you - mostly very instructive"
  • "Debate at the end was very good"
  • "Excellent conference"
  • "Excellently organised and very useful and relevant content - thank you"

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The Discrimination Law Association is extremely grateful for the generous support of this conference provided by

Simmons 

Specific Duties

Discrimination Law Association response to consultation Equality Act 2010: The Public sector Equality Duty – Promoting equality through transparency

Equality Act s.60

Caroline Gooding and Bela Gor gave a talk on Thursday 14th April 2011 on s60 of the Equality Act and pre-employment questionnaires - you can find the presentation slides and the scenarios they used attached.

RESOLVING WORKPLACE DISPUTES consultation

The DLA’s executive committee has produced a preliminary response to the government's consultation on Resolving Workplace Disputes

RESOLVING WORKPLACE DISPUTES consultation

The DLA’s executive committee has produced a preliminary response to the government's consultation on Resolving Workplace Disputes

Single Equality Bill Submission to House of Commons Committee

The members of the DLA wished to bring a list of issues of concern about the proposed Equality Bill to the attention of the House of Commons Committee considering the bill. This list formed ther basis of this submission to the Committee

Proposed Duty on Pubic Authorities to promote Socio-economic Inequalities

To find out why we think that the goal of tackling socioeconomic disadvantage is important and meritorious, but one that requires a broad, thorough, well-informed and consistent approach at the highest level of policy-making in all areas of Government (central and local) from health to social welfare to housing to education to employment download a copy of our submission here.

 

DLA Response to the Government Equality Office: Women Only Shortlists

The DLA welcomed the desire to address the issue of the imbalance in Parliamentary seats, and makes recommendations for how to use the law to achieve this. 

The EHRC and the Single Equality Bill

John Wadham, Legal Group Director at the Equality and Human Rights Commission, outlines the EHRC’s duties and powers, its future programme, the Single Equality Bill, and Public Sector Equality Duties.

Guest Speaker address at DLA AGM, November 2007

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