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Brexit risks “turning the clock black decades” on women’s rights, according to a new report published by the TUC.
After visiting the United States in a spirit of accompaniment, a World Council of Churches delegation is preparing a report on how churches can help achieve racial justice.
Black workers with degrees earn 23.1 per cent less on average than white workers with degrees, according to new analysis published by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) yesterday.
The TUC and the National Union of Students will today sign an agreement for joint campaigning between the trade union and student movements for the coming year.
Organisers of a march for marriage equality in Northern Ireland expect thousands of people to walk through central Belfast tomorrow to demand a change in the region's law.
A London nursery unlawfully discriminated by dismissing a worker after a chat with a colleague ended in hurt feelings, an employment tribunal found.
A Northern Ireland court found Ashers Baking Company guilty of discrimination after it refused to bake a cake calling for same-sex couples to be allowed to marry.
Amnesty International has accused some Northern Ireland politicians of being out of touch with public opinion on same-sex marriage.
The Missouri Grand Jury's absolution of a police officer for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown spotlights concerns on institutionalised discrimination in the US, says UN rights chief.
Marriage equality is a worthy cause, and UK laws rightly ban discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation. But a legal case by the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland against a bakery unhelpfully confuses different issues.
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