The Stephen Lawrence case is still exposing flaws in police policy
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Thursday 18 October 2012
Academic Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve was today confirmed as the new chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Friday 31 August 2012
Ethnic minorities, women and disabled staff go in latest redundancies
Monday 20 August 2012
In 1967, the residents of Monterey, a quiet fishing village on the coast of California, were worried about hosting a rock festival as they feared that thousands of pot-smoking, free-loving hippies would come from San Francisco and ruin the area.
Monday 14 May 2012
Ministers failed to take account of how key elements of its public sector cuts programme would impact on women, ethnic minorities and the disabled, Britain’s official equality watchdog concludes today.
Friday 23 September 2005
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Saturday 10 September 2005
Wednesday 29 June 2005
Tuesday 08 March 2005
Friday 18 February 2005
Ken Livingstone was dealt a fresh blow last night when it emerged the Commission for Racial Equality had referred his remarks about a journalist to a local government watchdog to see whether he had breached the Race Relations Act.
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