3 edition of Equal Opportunities in Local Authorities (Research) found in the catalog.
Equal Opportunities in Local Authorities (Research)
Equal Opportunities Commission
by Stationery Office Books
Written in English
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The first section concentrates on national initiatives, the second on local level activities, (three different local education authorities are examined), later sections discuss various projects enacted around the country, and other aspects of inequality in schools, including racial considerations, and Price: $ National Book Foundation secured donations of , new, high-quality diverse books for the initiative. National Book Foundation created and shipped individually curated book collections for 36 unique public housing communities, which were distributed to local residents during summer book distribution events.
As well as specialising in the upkeep of a variety of sites throughout the Midlands, we have the ability and resources to cater for School Grounds and Fields, Local Authorities, Large scale Industrial Sites and Business and Retail Parks throughout the UK. Schools are another area of difficulty as local authorities do not control the pay and grading structures of non-teaching schools based staff, but are still treated as the Employers in law, with female non-teaching schools based staff able to make equal pay claims comparing .
That is because it included a key duty on local authorities with regard to local housing strategies, which was similar to the equal opportunities duty in the Schools Act. Before the draft Bill was introduced, the CRE had responded to the Executive consultation on its proposals for legislation. EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES COMMITTEE. this was launched in May and copies were sent to all 32 local authorities and 43 Health Trusts. Research has shown that there is no equivalent product currently available. a low level public access terminal to book workstations and facilities and the installation of a visual fire alarm for people with.
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Equal opportunities policies: local authority. Consultant author: Laurie Anstis Summary. The Green Book sets out agreed principles and guidance in respect of equality of.
Get this from a library. Equal opportunities in local authorities: developing effective strategies for the implementation of policies for women.
[Isabella Stone; Great Britain. Equal Opportunities Commission.]. As employers and providers of services and accommodation, local councils also have obligations under the Equal Opportunity Act and federal anti-discrimination legislation.
Under the Equal Opportunity Act it is against the law to: discriminate against a person on the basis of a personal characte. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
This paper starts with the assumption that local authorities, under the new public management, may use job sharing as part of an equal opportunities policy in order to attract and retain. Read the full-text online edition of Whatever Happened to Equal Opportunities in Schools. Gender Equality Initiatives in Education ().
Initiatives emerging from central government, quangos, trade unions, local education authorities, and individual schools are described. The book discusses how much has really changed, the extent to which. The trade union UNISON had taken in excess of 40, claims to the Employment Tribunal (ET) by 26 and in reported that there were st claims outstanding across the local authority sector.
27 The GMB has taken o cases 28 and the law firm Stefan Cross Solicitors (the primary law firm in the local authority equal pay Cited by: The Carers (Equal Opportunities) Act (c 15) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom aimed at helping carers achieve fair access to training, work and leisure opportunities.
It was introduced as a Private Member's Bill by Dr. Hywel Francis and sponsored in the House of Lords by Lord Ashley of Stoke. million people in England and Wales identified themselves in the Census Territorial extent: England and Wales.
Employees within scope of the Red Book are all craft and associated employees of local authorities or other authorities of equivalent status in the UK, except those for whom other national negotiating machinery already exists. Where contracts of employment incorporate National Agreements.
Brighton and Hove is one of just 10 local authorities rated as excellent for its work on promoting equality. Photograph: Alamy T he Equality Act Author: Rachel Salmon.
From –7 over local authorities adopted equal opportunity (EO) policies, both for employment practice and service delivery, the aims of which included redressing this inequitable.
Equal Opportunities Review (EOR) is the UK's leading monthly journal focusing on equality, diversity and discrimination law and practice. There have been over issues over almost 30 years. Abstract.
In the early s, the Greater London Council (GLC) and a number of other London and Metropolitan local authorities introduced and actively promoted equal opportunities policies on Cited by: 2. The Act grants protection of rights, equal opportunities, and full participation by appropriate governments and local authorities, in the following areas: Education.
Every child with a disability is entitled to free education up in an appropriate environment up to the age of 18 years. Local authorities questioned on school and college funding: Lords debates early intervention in children's lives: Non-Domestic Rating.
The first section concentrates on national initiatives, the second on local level activities, (three different local education authorities are examined), later sections discuss various projects enacted around the country, and other aspects of inequality in schools, including racial considerations, and Format: Hardcover.
6 Short title, commencement and extent E+W (1) This Act may be cited as the Carers (Equal Opportunities) Act (2) Apart from this section, this Act comes into force on such day as may be appointed by order made by statutory instrument. (3) An order under subsection (2) is to be made— (a) in relation to England, by the Secretary of State, and (b) in relation to Wales, by the National.
Benefit of equal opportunity (EO) approach: There are significant benefits of the equal opportunity approach due to not to discriminated in the workplace.
The equal opportunities approach is looking for controlling behaviour through legislation where people can be. Equality of Educational Opportunity 2 uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu S ometimes differences yield equivalent results.
Sometimes, however, differences make a difference. This paper explores whether the differences across states and districts in eighth grade opportunities to learn various mathematics content represent equivalent expressions of eighth. It is constructed as a role play exercise, using materials derived from local authorities.
The exercise requires people to play the parts of councillors, officers and union representatives, prepare short presentations and hold a meeting of the Equal Opportunities Member-Officer Working Group in order to make progress on the Council’s EO strategy.
Read our Equal Opportunities Policy By London Councils London Councils expects all employees and organisations we work with to positively promote the letter and spirit of this policy in all aspects of their work and their dealings with people, both internally and externally.•Notifying the Director, AHRC of any changes in persons serving as counselors or committee members.
• Appointing a member of the ODREEO staff to serve on the EEO Advisory Committee. • Exercises administrative and operational oversight, and provides administrative and logistical support to the Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Size: KB.1.
Section of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act requires federal agencies to create regulations to implement the law (Ryan, ). The regulations specifying the Title VI enforcement responsibilities of the Office for Civil Rights are codified in Ti Subtitle B, Chapter 1.