Race equality toolkit

December 17, 2004

A new report concludes that clearer guidelines are needed for institutions implementing the Race Relations Amendment Act (2000). It concludes that clearer guidelines are needed.

Race Equality: Communication and Consultation Report and Toolkit for Higher Education Institutions has been compiled by the Universities and Colleges Employers Association with the Association of University Teachers, lecturers' union Natfhe, the Educational Institute of Scotland, and support staff unions the TGWU, GMB, Unison and Amicus.

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