EHRC & RELIGION OR BELEIF SUKHVINDER SINGH Programme

EHRC & RELIGION OR BELEIF SUKHVINDER SINGH Programme

EHRC & RELIGION OR BELEIF SUKHVINDER SINGH Programme Head -Policy Overview of EHRC Our vision A society built on fairness and respect. People confident in all aspects of their diversity. Our mission

The independent advocate for equality and human rights in Britain, the Equality and Human Rights Commission aims to reduce inequality, eliminate discrimination, strengthen good relations between people, and promote and protect human rights. Overview of Our strategic priorities and three year plan Building a society without prejudice promoting good relations and fostering a vibrant equality and human rights culture in Britain

A Fairer Britain for all - reducing the gap in outcomes to secure fair life chances, access to services and dignified treatment Secure and implement an effective legislative and regulatory framework for equality and human rights Overview of Our strategic priorities and three year plan Promote awareness and understanding of rights - delivering timely and accurate advice and guidance to individuals and

employers across the public and private sectors Build an authoritative and responsive organisation Tackling Inequalities and Discrimination One of the main roles of the EHRC will be to enforce equality legislation on religion or belief and encourage compliance with the Human Rights Act This will also involve giving support,

advice and guidance on the appropriate legislations Developing good relations between people In Britain today, people of no and many different faiths and beliefs live side by side. The opportunity is there for all to work together to build a society rooted in the values we treasure. This means finding ways to live our lives with integrity and allowing others to do so. Many different religious traditions, as well as other

belief systems offer resources for this and teach the importance of good relationships characterized by honesty, compassion and generosity of spirit We will work in partnership with organizations, to harness their strengths and resources to developing good relations between people. Promoting and Protecting Human Rights Recognition of the need to protect human freedom and human dignity is common to the social and moral teachings of all the major

faiths and non religious associations such as the Humanist Association. We will be working in partnership, with major faiths and non religious associations on the common understanding of the core principles of human rights in promoting and protecting human rights. EHRC & THE Religion or Belief Agenda Strategy on Religion and Belief

Activity undertaken Planned activity Equality and Human Rights Commission Helpline contact numbers 0845 604 6610 - England main number 0845 604 6620 - England textphone 0845 604 6630 - England fax Wales 0845 604 8810 - Wales main number 0845 604 8820 - Wales textphone 0845 604 8830 - Wales fax

Scotland 0845 604 5510 - Scotland Main 0845 604 5520 - Scotland textphone 0845 604 5530 - Scotland Fax Enquiries: http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/ en/Pages/enquiry

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