Author: Equality Commission
Published on 24 May 2012 10:30 AM
Every three years the Equality Commission carries out an equality awareness survey which looks at trends in public attitudes towards particular groups in society; personal experiences of discrimination and knowledge of rights and protections.
It considers who is most likely to express negative feelings and who is most likely to be the target of their prejudice.
You are invited to attend the launch of the latest findings. The half day event will discuss the best ways to respond to the challenges to equality which the findings demonstrate, and will feature a panel of commentators from the world of business, media, academia and third sector.
You can engage with the discussion in an open and interactive forum and contribute views on the survey and on what we should all be doing to combat prejudice and improve the lives of all the people in Northern Ireland.
Date: Wed 13 June 2012
Location: Titanic House, 6 Queen’s Rd, Belfast
By phone: 028 9050 0673
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For those unable to attend the conference, the event will be broadcast live on this webpage
Viewers will have the opportunity to contribute their comments and questions to the panel for discussion via email at email@example.com
You can also follow the discussion through the Equality Commission´s Twitter feed @EqualityCommNI