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How is our work influencing life in Northern Ireland and delivering equality? Learn more about our policy, legal and research work.
 
 

Out and about - listening to the community

Out and about - listening to the community
The Commission hosted discussion events at both the Eastside Arts Festival and August Féile.

Chief Commissioner speaks out in support of Belfast Pride

Chief Commissioner speaks out in support of Belfast Pride
Equality benefits everyone: Chief Commissioner speaks out in support of Pride

Chief Commissioner's latest blog: "Do we still need Pride?"

Chief Commissioner's latest blog:
Dr Michael Wardlow looks at the history Pride and why it is still relevant.
 

Training and regional employer equality updates: Sept - Dec 2018

Training and regional employer equality updates: Sept - Dec 2018
New employer training sessions are now available. Book now to reserve your place.

Ensuring equality for disabled people by making reasonable adjustments

Ensuring equality for disabled people by making reasonable adjustments
Businesses should look at particular needs of their employees and their potential customers.

Report for public authorities on implementing their Section 75 duties

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

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