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Hidden in Plain Sight Kate Bennett Equality and Human Rights Commission Liberty Stadium, October 2011
2007 Equality Manifesto How Fair is Wales? A mass of evidence gathered Our Inquiry
Teasing and name calling Bullying Exploitation Torture Murder What is it?
1,569 reported incidents in England and Wales 453 reported incidents in Wales, up from 223 last year Tip of the iceberg Scale
Distress and anger Constrained lives Confidence undermined Confined to home Lives adjusted Impact
Home School Street Buses and trains Anywhere Where?
Under-reported Culture of Disbelief Motivation unknown Escalation Some good work Findings
Recognition Prevention Redress Areas for Action
Leadership Equality Duty Safeguarding Reporting Recommendations
Priority Drive change Attitudes Partnership approach MARACS Leadership
Specific Duties in Wales Deepest inequalities How Fair is Wales? Involvement Training front line staff Equality Duty
Social Services Bill Human Rights principles Balancing protection and interference Safeguarding
Increase reporting Data sharing Anti-social behaviour or Hate Crime? Early intervention Reporting
Speakers Discussions What next? Our day together
No longer hidden
Welsh Contact Centre Forum 20 January 2011 Jennifer Dunne and Wayne Vincent Equality and Human Rights Commission.
The EHRC Measurement Frameworks Anna Henry – EHRC Head of Social Analysis Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Governors responsibilities in regard to the new Equalities Duties in Wales Kate Bennett National Director for Wales, Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Every Child Matters: Change for Children Building a world-class workforce for children and young people David N Jones Childrens Services Improvement Adviser.
The Equality Act 2010 replaces the previous set of many different anti- discrimination laws, with a single piece of legislation. It covers Scotland,
Does Every Child Matter? Implications for ITT Jeff Battersby School of Education and Professional Development College of St Mark & St John.
The Equality and Human Rights Agenda and the Possible Implications for Regulation David Darton, Director of Foresight, Equality and Human Rights Commission.
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