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    Taking the lead in E&D

    Do you have a lead role in E&D in your organisation? How confident are you on the requirements of the Equality Act 2010? For example, would you know what types of discrimination can be justified and what types cannot? What the main applications of the Act are for education providers? What the 11 key requirements of the specific duties of the Public Sector Equality Duty are (12 if you live in Wales)? Would new guidance from the Equality and Human Rights Commission help?

    The Equality and Human Rights Commission has recently published guidance for E&D leads and advisors on the Equality Act 2010. The aim of this guidance is to provide a brief overview of the Equality Act 2010 and to act as a reference guide.

    The guidance is not designed to be a comprehensive summary of equality law. Instead, advisers are encouraged to use this as a starting point to direct further reading. But it should make an interesting read to double check you are clear on the requirements and to provide a good starting point for those new to this role. 

    You can download the guidance here

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