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Blood sugar problem at Red Hot Chili Peppers concert

Blood sugar problem at Red Hot Chili Peppers concert
Eventsec failed to provide reasonable adjustment for diabetic concert goer.

Upcoming events in East and West Belfast

Upcoming events in East and West Belfast
Equality Commission partnership events this summer.

Belfast firm pays £25k in settlement of pregnancy discrimination case

Belfast firm pays £25k in settlement of pregnancy discrimination case
Belfast firm pays £25k in settlement of pregnancy discrimination case
 

New report for public authorities on implementing their Section 75 duties

New report for public authorities on implementing their Section 75 duties
Acting on the evidence of public authority practices

Titanic Belfast makes disability and mental health commitments

Titanic Belfast makes disability and mental health commitments
Titanic Belfast is latest signatory to the Mental Health Charter and ‘Every Customer Counts’ initiative.

Breaking the glass ceiling: the need for more women in the boardroom

Breaking the glass ceiling: the need for more women in the boardroom
'View from the Chair' article by Dr Evelyn Collins CBE
 

Questions for UK Government on equality issues affecting women in NI

Questions for UK Government on equality issues affecting women in NI
Brexit could diminish protection under the law for women in NI.

Funding decisions should have been informed by equality assessments

Funding decisions should have been informed by equality assessments
Funding decisions should have been informed by equality assessments.

Persistent inequalities in employment need tackled

Persistent inequalities in employment need tackled
Key inequalities in Employment in NI