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    Changing Gear, quickening the pace of women’s progression

    Although women make up 54% of the workforce, they only occupy 29% of senior management positions, and this reduces to just 12% in the private sector. Opportunity Now has condensed over twenty years of research, knowledge and insight into what they believe to be the ten most impactful factors influencing the speed of change for women’s progression into senior management positions:

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    Government responds to consultation on repeal of parts of Equality Act 2010

    In October, the Government published its response to consultation on proposals to repeal Equality Act 2010 provisions giving: • powers to employment tribunals to make wider recommendations in discrimination cases • the procedure for obtaining information to inform employment tribunal decision making • employer liability for harassment of employees by third parties

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    Age discrimination ban 

    People who believe they have been treated unfairly because of their age are now protected and have the right to bring a legal challenge, under new rules introduced on 1 October 2012. The introduction of the age discrimination ban is the final key part of the Equality Act 2010 to be implemented.

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    Employment tribunal statistics

    The Ministry of Justice has published its report on employment tribunals and discrimination compensation awards. The report covers the period April 2011 to March 2012.

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    Misconceptions about refugees

    In August 2012, the Employability Forum published a report on children’s attitudes to refugees, based on research from Refugees into Schools. The report identifies that there is widespread confusion and misconception about the numbers of refugees in the UK, their impact on services and the reasons for their arrival; many children believe that asylum seekers and refugees are illegal immigrants.

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