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Fawcett report on ‘why government should not drop its duty to tackle women’s inequality’

In July 2013, the Fawcett Society published ‘Red Tape, Red Line: five reasons why government should not “drop its duty” to tackle women’s inequality’.

The report exposes:

•The abolition or weakening of key institutions concerned with progressing equality in the UK
•An on-going reduction in legal requirements with regards to equalities and so a greater reliance on voluntary action to prevent discrimination
•The dangers of abolishing or weakening the Public Sector Equality Duty, which is currently under ‘wholesale review’

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July 19, 2013

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