3 edition of Report of the Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland ... found in the catalog.
Report of the Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland ...
Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland.
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The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is a non-departmental public body in England and Wales, established by the Equality Act with effect from 1 October The Commission has responsibility for the promotion and enforcement of equality and non-discrimination laws in England, Scotland and Wales. It took over the responsibilities of the Commission for Racial Equality, the Equal. Equal Opportunities Monitoring Statistical monitoring is an essential part of any equal opportunities programme. By comparing patterns of different groups in employment, recruitment, volunteering and service delivery, RNIB will identify any significant differences, in order to assess how far we are achieving equality of opportunity.
GENDER EQUALITYINDICATORS FOR NORTHERN IRELAND: ADISCUSSION DOCUMENT January ECNI Equality Commission for Northern Ireland EOC Equal Opportunities Commission EQIA Equality Impact Assessment EU European Union Policy context in Northern Ireland 1 The scope of the report 3 Gender research 4 Introduction 4. The following is a selection of relevant books and journal articles on race and ethnicity. Please email our Library and Information Services Manager if you have a suggestion for a book or journal article to add to this list.. Abrams, D () Processes of prejudice: Theory, evidence and intervention, Research rep Manchester: Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Report of a Joint Equal Opportunities Commission and European Commission Conference held on 22 June , London. ‘the integration of equal opportunities into all policy development, legislation, implementation, evaluation and review practices. A Guide for Employees. ; Equal Opportunities Commission for NI. A Guide for Employers, ; Equal Opportunities Commission. Removing Sex Bias from Recruitment and Selection: A Code of Practice, ; Department of Economic Development. Equal Pay: A Guide to the Equal Pay Act (Northern Ireland) ; Equal Opportunities Commission for NI.
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Equality Commission for Northern Ireland Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March Laid before the Houses of Parliament by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in accordance with Paragraph 5(4) of Schedule 8 to the Northern Ireland Act Paragraph 12(2) and 12(4) of the Schedule to the Northern Ireland Act Gender and equality of opportunity in the public sector: A report prepared for the Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland and the Chief Executives' Forum [Adrian T Hallmark] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
CCRU has consulted with the Equal Opportunities Commission, Fair Employment Commission, Standing Advisory Commission on Human Rights, employers' organisations, trade unions, academics, politicians and others in forming its views on how the Review should be conducted and the issues which it.
Published Belfast: Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland, Guide to the statutory duties: a guide to the implementation of the statutory duties on public authorities arising from section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act Equality Commission for Northern Ireland.
The Equality Commission was established inas part of the implementation of the Good Friday Agreement. It took over the functions of the Fair Employment Commission, Equal Opportunities Commission, and Council for Racial Equality and Northern Ireland Disability Council.
Evelyn Collins,Chief Executive,Equality Commission for Northern Ireland Beyond the Limits of Equal Treatment:The Use of Positive Duties in Equality Law page 20 Colm O’Cinneide,Faculty of Law,University College London “An Absolute Duty ” – Learning from Wales page 36 Kate Bennett,Director,Equal Opportunities Commission Wales.
They will form the basis of a stable and prosperous Northern Ireland." On 1 October, the Equality Commission will take over will take over the responsibilities currently held by the Commission for Racial Equality for Northern Ireland, the Equal opportunities Commission, Fair Employment Commission and the Northern Ireland Disability Council.
The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) was an independent non-departmental public body, (NDPB) in the United Kingdom, which tackled sex discrimination and promoted gender equality. In its annual report to the Department of Economic Development, the Commission is required by the Northern Ireland Act (the Act) to give details of.
The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland is an independent body established under the Northern Ireland Act It became operational on 1. the Equality Commission following the GFA.
Key to the success of both the Fair Employment Commission and the Equal Opportunities Commission were that they were not afraid to use their enforcement powers when needed to ensure compliance with the law, even in much more dangerous and uncertain times than we see today. Commission for Northern Ireland can be found on its website.
Section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act places public authorities, including HEIs, in Northern Ireland under a duty to have due regard to the need to promote equality of opportunity between: = persons of different religious belief, political opinion, racial group,File Size: KB.
The Equality Commission took over on 1 October the functions previously carried out by the Commission for Racial Equality for Northern Ireland, the Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland, the Fair Employment Commission and the Northern Ireland Disability Council. Advisory Commission on Human Rights, the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission and the (former) Equal Opportunities Commission for N.I.
She is currently a member of the Board of the Labour Relations Agency. She researched and produced the section on employment law. Ireland Act took steps to merge the four statutory bodies in Northern Ireland already established by anti-discrimination legislation.
Hence, the Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland, the Fair Employment Commission for Northern Ireland, the Commission for Racial Equality for Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland. Abstract. On the Falls Road in West Belfast, minutes from the Springfield Barracks, lies the Royal Victoria Hospital.
It is here that arguably the most important and significant battle has been fought by women in Northern Ireland against low pay and for equal pay (McCauley Author: Kathy Sutton. The commission was established under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement to oversee equal opportunities in areas including employment.
It was included in the Agreement to address nationalist and republican demands that the equality agenda in the Northern Ireland. The single body in Northern Ireland is the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland, established under the Northern Ireland Act to exercise the functions formerly carried out by the Fair Employment Commission, the Equal Opportunities Commission (NI), the Commission for Racial Equality (NI) and the Northern Ireland Disability Council.
The. A new Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, with membership from Northern Ireland reflecting the community balance, will be established by Westminster legislation, independent of Government, with an extended and enhanced role beyond that currently exercised by the Standing Advisory Commission on Human Rights, to include keeping under review.
Meanwhile, the Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland published a report yesterday stating that 17 per cent of female employees compared to 3 per cent of male employees in the North. Catholic and Protestant Women in the Northern Ireland Labour Market, Belfast: Equal Opportunities Commission for Northern Ireland.
Google Scholar de Certeau, Michael () The Practice of Everyday Life (Steven F. Randall (translator) Berkeley, CA: University of California by: Segregation in Northern Ireland is a long-running issue in the political and social history of Northern Ireland.
the Commission was merged with the Equal Opportunities Commission, The report also found that there had been a considerable increase .Commission for Northern Ireland,the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission,the Irish Human Rights Commission,the Disability Rights Commission (GB),the Equal Opportunities Commission (GB),and the Commission for Racial Equality (GB).This wide partnership with a shared focus onCited by: 2.