EHRC Report on ‘the most effective specific equality duties’

‘Making practice happen. Practitioners’ views on the most effective specific equality duties’ is a report submitted to the Equality and Human Rights Commission by Elizabeth Sclater in January 2009.

The research on which the report is based ‘sought to identify the specific duties that are most effective in achieving change, as well as the factors that support public sector organisations in driving change… The results of the research will be used by the EHRC to support its recommendations to Government regarding the seven strand equality duty set out in the Equality Bill, particularly in relation to the specific duties to be set out in subsequent legislation’.

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