Table of Contents
- 1 What Organisations provide support and information about the rights of individuals?
- 2 How do you support people who are being discriminated?
- 3 What are some sources of support?
- 4 Who can I speak to about discrimination?
- 5 How to support human rights in your community?
- 6 Where can I find the people’s Rights Network?
What Organisations provide support and information about the rights of individuals?
Equality & Human Rights Commission (EHRC) It is the independent advocate for equality and human rights in Britain. It aims to reduce inequality, eliminate discrimination, strengthen good relations between people, and promote and protect human rights.
What sources of help are available to individuals and the Organisation?
Other sources of help and support
- Maternity Action. Information and advice on employment rights and benefits.
- Equality Advisory Support Service.
- Health and Safety Executive.
- HMRC Statutory pay guidance.
- Insolvency Service Helpline.
- Statutory Payments Disputes Team.
What bodies work on equality issues?
Working with Equality Organisations
- National Diversity Awards.
- Athena Swan.
- Equality Challenge Unit.
- Equality Commission for Northern Ireland.
- Business Disability Forum.
- Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion.
- Gender Information, Research and Education Society.
- Opportunity Now.
How do you support people who are being discriminated?
There are three things you can do:
- Complain directly to the person or organisation.
- Use someone else to help you sort it out (alternative dispute resolution).
- Make a claim in court.
How can you support equality and diversity?
How to promote equality and diversity at work?
- Treating all staff and suppliers fairly.
- Creating an inclusive culture for all staff and suppliers.
- Ensuring equal access to opportunities to enable students to fully participate in the learning process.
- Enabling all staff and support them to develop to their full potential.
What is the equality and Diversity Act 2010?
Overview. The Equality Act 2010 legally protects people from discrimination in the workplace and in wider society. It replaced previous anti-discrimination laws with a single Act, making the law easier to understand and strengthening protection in some situations.
What are some sources of support?
Other sources of support
- Maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Staying well is about finding a balance that works for you, but there are some general principles that most people find useful.
- Learning about your condition.
- Support groups and online forums.
- Relaxation training.
- Family and friends.
- Other approaches to try.
What are the sources of information in your work place?
Business information comes in general surveys, data, articles, books, references, search-engines, and internal records that a business can use to guide its planning, operations, and the evaluation of its activities. Such information also comes from friends, customers, associates, and vendors.
What are the 9 areas of unlawful discrimination known as?
Under the Equality Act, there are nine protected characteristics:
- gender reassignment.
- marriage and civil partnership.
- pregnancy and maternity.
- religion or belief.
Who can I speak to about discrimination?
If you think you’ve been affected by discrimination, you can call a helpline called the Equality Advisory Support Service (EASS).
What are three examples of discrimination?
Some examples of discrimination: someone saying hurtful things or attacking you repeatedly. being made fun of. being excluded or left out. having a group of people gang up on you.
What are some examples of equality?
Equality – Key Terms & Types
|Social||equal opportunity for all; jobs, club memberships and promotions|
|Political||access to the same processes and opportunities; the right to vote or run for a political office|
How to support human rights in your community?
Get involved in your local area and help support human rights across the world. 1. Join (or start) a local group Organizing or joining a campaigning group in your local community is a great way to meet like-minded people and take action on the issues you care about.
Where can I get help with equality and Human Rights?
The Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS): EASS runs a helpline that offers help and advice on issues relating to equality and human rights across England, Scotland and Wales.
Who are the leaders of the people’s Rights Network?
By contrast, the People’s Rights network has cultivated a leadership network where the majority of leaders identify as female. Of the 153 area leaders, 53% appear to identify as women, 47% as men. The overall head of the People’s Rights network, and eight of the ten state leaders, however, are men.
Where can I find the people’s Rights Network?
The People’s Rights Network covers every State of the Union, and is effectively bringing like-minded neighbors together. So, who will you call when your rights are threatened? You will call your neighbors! You will know who they are and how to contact them.