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IER Briefing: Equalities Update - Are we catching up?

27 September 2007

The last few years have seen major changes both in the framework of equality legislation and in the institutional structure of the enforcement agencies. New strands of discrimination have attracted legislative attention (age, religion, belief and sexual orientation) and new positive duties to promote equality have been placed on public bodies.

To mark the launch of the Commission for Equality and Human Rights, the Institute of Employment Rights and the General Federation of Trade Unions] have brought together a timely collection of short but informed articles on the state of equalities in the UK.

IER Conference: Employment Law Update 2007 - Fairness at Work

26 September 2007

­­­­­This conference – timed to coincide with the proposed introduction of new legislation – is also perfectly timed to discuss future strategies on labour law in the light of decisions at both the TUC and Labour Party Conferences.

IER TUC Fringe Meeting: Labour Law under Brown - What's on the Agenda?

For the past two years Congress has supported motions calling for the repeal of anti trade union laws and the introduction of a Trade Union Freedom Bill. This year is no different.

What is different this year is that we have a new Prime Minister, a new Cabinet, a new “big tent” approach to politics and a general election around the corner.

Join us at our fringe meeting where Keith Ewing, President of IER, will consider possible new strategies for challenging the government’s internationally recognised poor record on employment rights and trade union freedoms.

BNP Infiltration: Court finds in favour of union.

7 March 2007

On 27th February 2007 the European Court of Human Rights found in favour of ASLEF (download) in a case that will have profound and positive implications for trade unions.

BNP Infiltration: Court finds in favour of union.

7 March 2007
On 27th February 2007 the European Court of Human Rights found in favour of ASLEF (download)in a case that will have profound and positive implications for trade unions.

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