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Statutory code of practice on the duty to promote race equality
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|Statement||Commission for Racial Equality. A guide for schools.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Commission for Racial Equality.|
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|Number of Pages||24|
OTHER CHANGES TO THE CODE OF PRACTICE There are other small changes that can reasonably be made in the draft Statutory Code of Practice on the Duty to Promote Race Equality that would make it far more inclusive of all minorities and extend its benefits to a far greater number of people. The title APPENDIX A – Race Equality Monitoring Notes: Data reported adheres to the Commission Racial Equality’s (CRE) Statutory Code of Practice guidance. Where possible, the University will collect data according to the ethnic categories recommended by the .
The totality of this duty is known as ‘the duty to promote disability equality’ or the ‘General Duty’ (Code of Practice p1). g Principles of the Duty to Promote Disability Equality Proportionality - balance other needs and factors Effectiveness - it works Involvement - local disabled people, staff and service users. The statutory requirement that schools should encourage pupils’ SMSC development race equality. ’ 4 Recent legislation on race equality, special educational needs, disability, sexual 5 Code of Practice on the Duty to Promote Race Equality. London, CRE, and the Guide for Schools. London, CRE, File Size: KB.
Code of Practice on the duty to promote race equality () This is a statutory code which supports public authorities (including schools) to meet their duty set out in the Race Relations (amendment) Act. It requires all schools to produce a written race equality policy which includes information on practical ways in which schools will work to File Size: 7MB. Race Equality Scheme 2 Section 1 1 Summary Under the Race Relations (Amendment) Act (RRAA) public authorities, including Ofcom, are subject to a general duty to have due regard to the need: a) to eliminate unlawful racial discrimination; b) to promote equality of opportunity and good relations between persons of different racial groups.
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Get this from a library. The duty to promote race equality: the statutory code of practice and non-statutory guides for public authorities. [Great Britain. Commission for Racial Equality.;]. The Disability Rights Commission (DRC) has written and produced this Code of Practice on the disability equality duty for the public sector.
This new duty was introduced in the Disability Discrimination Act and will come into force in December We welcome the Government's active implementation of the duty, and look forward toFile Size: KB.
In line with our statutory powers, we have produced Codes of Practice on Employment, Services and Equal Pay. The main purpose of the Codes of Practice is to provide detailed explanations of the provisions in the Act and to apply legal concepts in the Act to everyday situations.
This will assist courts and tribunals when interpreting the law and. Statutory Code of Practice on the Duty to Promote Race Equality Author: Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) It covers both the general duty and the specific duties. The code's appendices make clear whether, and how, your authority is affected by these duties.
The Duty to Promote Race Equality: A guide for further and higher education. The Race Relations Act places a general duty on a wide range of public authorities to promote race equality.
This duty means that authorities must have due regard to the need to: eliminate unlawful racial discrimination; promote equality of opportunity; and promote good relations between people of different racial groups.
This statutory code of practice aims to help public. This framework sets out the main parts of a race equality policy and the main race issues for other policies. Our statutory Code of Practice on the Duty to Promote Race Equalityand our non-statutory guide, The Duty to Promote Race Equality: A guide for schools, will help you to meet your responsibilities under the general duty and the specific File Size: KB.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Commission for Racial Equality. The Duty to Promote Race Equality: A Guide for Schools—A Product of the Commission for Racial Equality in the United Kingdom View PDF This guide was produced in response to the Race Relations Act of and to the statutory Code of Practice on the Duty to Promote Race Quality that came into effect onfollowing approval by.
Includes statutory and non statutory guidance. Statutory: code of practice on the duty to promote race equality. Non statutory: a guide for schools; ethnic monitoring guide for public authorities; a guide for further and higher educational institutions; a guide for public authorities.
This statutory code of practice replaces the statutory codes of practice in rented and non-rented housing, issued by the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) in andrespectively. It covers all areas of housing in Scotland. Separate codes have been produced for Wales and England The Duty to Promote Race Equality A guide for schools (non-statutory) Author: Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) Publisher: Commission for Racial Equality.
Price: £ Add to Basket. Designed to help schools to follow the code of practice. It is aimed mainly at the governing bodies of maintained schools and other educational institutions.
This code replaces the statutory Code of Practice For the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and the Promotion of Equality of Opportunity in Employment, issued by the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) in under the Race Relations Act (RRA).
References in this code to the RRA include all subsequent amending Size: KB. 23 Status of the Code 23 Role of the Equality and Human Rights Commission 24 Human rights 24 Large and small employers 25 How to use the Code 26 Examples in the Code 26 Use of the words ‘employer’ and ‘worker’ 27 References in the Code 27 Changes to the law 28 Further information 29 Part one: Code of Practice on Employment.
possibility of discrimination – from public services, and positively promote race equality in everything they do. This statutory code of practice aims to help public authorities meet their duty.
We have designed it to give them practical guidance on the steps they should take to tackle racial. produced a Statutory Code of Practice to support public authorities to do this. The government recognises that the duty to promote race equality is a long-term initiative. It requires the Trust to be proactive, this means that we must actively promote race equality and show progress.
It is no longer enough for us to say. Duty to promote race equality We have a general duty to promote race equality. Where we have a contract or other agreement with another organisation to carry out any of its functions, we remain responsible for meeting the general and specific race equality duties where they apply to those functions that have been contracted out.
This Order appoints 6th April as the date upon which the revised Code of Practice on racial equality in employment comes into effect.
This revised Code replaces the Code of Practice for the elimination of racial discrimination and the promotion of equality of opportunity in employment, which was brought into force on 1st April by the Race Relations Code of Practice Order.
The Duty to Promote Disability Equality Statutory Code of Practice Scotland The Duty to Promote Disability Equality Statutory Code of Practice Scotland Copies of this publication can be downloaded from the Disability Rights Commission website: Copies of this publication in Braille, audio CD and CD-ROM formats are also available from.
Current legislation: Race Relations Act & Schools have obligation to uphold good relationships between people from different s now required to have a race equality policy in place.
The legislation gave powers to tackle racism by making direct or indirect discrimination illegal. Code of Practise on the duty to promote race equality. Current legislation: Race Relations Act & Schools have obligation to uphold good relationships between people from different s now required to have a race equality policy in place.
The legislation gave powers to tackle racism by making direct or indirect discrimination of Practise on the duty to promote race equality This is the. 2. 1st February is the day appointed for the coming into effect of the Code of Practice laid before Parliament in draft on 24th November and issued by the Disability Rights Commission under section 53A(1C) of the Disability Discrimination Act (b), entitled “The Duty to Promote Disability Equality: Statutory Code of Practice.The Race Relations Act builds on the Equality Act by ensuring that educational settings promote race equality, to have a written race equality policy, to introduce measures to assess the impact of their policies and to monitor the impact on pupils, staff and parents.
This Act means that schools have a duty of care to ensure good.Code of Practice on the Duty to Promote Race Equality – This is a statutory code which supports the public authorities to meet the duties set out in the Race Relations (amendment) Act All schools must produce a written race equality policy and include information on practical ways in which schools will work to promote racial equality.