Commission for Racial Equality


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Commission for Racial Equality

A publicly funded, non-governmental UK body created under the Race Relations Act 1976 to address racial discrimination and promote racial equality. The CRE works in the public and private sectors to encourage fair treatment and promote equal opportunities for all, regardless of race, colour, nationality, or national or ethnic origin; it issues Codes of Practice and provides guidance for employers and employees.
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Chris Matte, of the Commission for Racial Equality in Cardiff, said they had taken photographs of the notice and would be writing to the owner demanding its removal; otherwise, court action would be taken.
Mr Davies said: ``I support the Commission for Racial Equality and the work they do.
Mr Boyce went on: "He is selfless in the service of others, a man of honour and integrity - he intends to step down as chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality.
The former England striker took the title at the Race In The Media Awards, organised by the Commission for Racial Equality, for maintaining his "unique position as an important role model and positive influence".
According to one national newspaper, a full investigation into a number of race claims brought by lawyers employed in the CPS might now trigger an inquiry by the Commission for Racial Equality.
The Commission for Racial Equality, which represented the women, said the deal would act as a landmark ruling for the hospitality trade.
The Commission for Racial Equality said only one out of 15 forces it quizzed complies with race equality rules.
TV company HTV has been reported to the Commission for Racial Equality for allegedly discriminating against deaf viewers in Wales.
Mr Morgan is to hold talks with the Commission for Racial Equality.
Gurbux Singh, chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, has drawn up an open letter to party leaders Tony Blair, Iain Duncan Smith and Charles Kennedy, describing Le Pen's shock success in securing second place in France's preliminary presidential election as "a salutary wake-up call for Britain's political leaders".
The MP made public his letter to Commission for Racial Equality chief Gurbux Singh, explaining his refusal to sign a pledge not to play the race card.
Launched by former Commission for Racial Equality chairman Sir Herman Ouseley, the statement is part of the council's ongoing campaign to stamp out institutional racism in employment throughout the county.

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