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    The end of Equality Impact Assessments? 

    Is this the end of Equality Impact Assessments? In a speech to a CBI conference, David Cameron said ‘we are calling time on Equality Impact Assessments’. He said ‘You no longer have to do them if these issues have been properly considered...we don’t need all this extra tick-box stuff’.

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    Third-party harassment law

    The coalition government has proposed that the third party harassment provisions in the Equality Act 2010 should be repealed, to cut ‘unnecessary red tape’. The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill received a second reading in the House of Lords on 14 November 2012 to remove this section of the Act.

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    Equal pay claims

    Birmingham City Council has lost its appeal against an equal pay claim made by 170 women and 4 men. The Council argued that the claim was outside of the six-month time limit.

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    EHRC plans religion or belief seminars

    Freedom of religion, freedom to manifest your religion, and the right to be free from discrimination because of your religious beliefs are all fundamental human rights protected by UK law. But these rights can cause conflict with the rights of others – the right to equality and freedom from discrimination because of sexual orientation or gender identity, for example.

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    Government Equalities Office: ‘Changing Attitudes to Equality’

    In August 2012, the Government Equalities Office (GEO) published ‘Changing Attitudes to Equality’. The report identifies that attitudes are changing in the longer term, in some areas quicker than others.

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