Equality Act 2010


Equality Act 2010

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“Equality Act 2010 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 12 February 2020. There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date.” ~ legislation.gov.uk

  1. Introductory Text

  2. Part 1 Socio-economic inequalities

  3. Part 2 Equality: key concepts
  4. Part 3 Services and public functions
  5. Part 4 Premises
  6. Part 5 Work
  7. Part 6 Education
  8. Part 7 Associations
  9. Part 8 Prohibited conduct: ancillary
  10. Part 9 Enforcement
  11. Part 10 Contracts, etc.
  12. Part 11 Advancement of equality
  13. Part 11 Advancement of equality
  14. Part 13 Disability: miscellaneous
  15. Part 14 General exceptions
  16. Part 15 Family property
  17. Part 16 General and miscellaneous 

EQUALITY & DIVERSITY Equality is not about treating all people in the same way. It’s about recognizing and respecting diversity enough to adapt practice.

Be Careful What You Tweet For (part 1)

Last month, the Central London Employment Tribunal held that a woman’s belief that “sex is biologically immutable” was not protected as a philosophical belief under the Equality Act 2010.

This finding sparked a great media frenzy, with proponents of the ruling arguing that it was a victory for trans rights whilst critics – including JK Rowling — argued that it was a defeat for freedom of expression.  Continue reading →

The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017

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