Discrimination Law Review: Green Paper on a Single Equality Bill
Resource type: Legal update: archive
Published on 14-Jun-2007
England, Scotland, Wales
The Government has published a Green Paper, Discrimination Law Review - A Framework for a Fairer Future: Proposals for a Single Equality Bill for Great Britain. It sets out the Government's proposed strategy for consolidating all discrimination and equality laws into a single Act of Parliament, harmonising and simplifying the law where possible, and making a number of improvements in areas where the current law falls short. The Green Paper has been given a cautious welcome by stakeholders but has been criticised for not going far enough in some areas.
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