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Could you work for us?

We are recruiting an Immigration and Nationality Advice Worker and a Hate Crime and Incidents Advice Worker. We are seeking two highly motivated and committed Equality Officers to develop and provide advice and advocacy service on Immigration and Nationality. Equality Officer(Immigration & … Continue reading

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Messages of Hope Project

• Are you committed to challenging injustice and prejudice?• Do you support Black Lives Matter?• Do you want to help stop hate crime?• Do you want to be active and DO something positive? We are organising four workshops in partnership … Continue reading

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Hate in the 21st century under Covid-19

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Do I have White Privilege?

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Can you be racist to White people?

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Do All Lives Matter?

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Pregnancy and Maternity – your rights. Three new videos from Northants Rights and Equality Council

Pregnant and working  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cmOPQ7GWuM  Maternity Leave  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLkHjyphGKM  Dismissal or Redundancy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hml8J9w6Tw  Let’s us know what you think. Email: info@northamptonshirerec.org.uk

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NREC Board Member Tre Venture on being Young and Black in Britain – voices behind anti-racist protests

See: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/ng-interactive/2020/jul/29/young-british-black-voices-behind-uk-anti-racism-protests-george-floyd

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Compensation and Reparation for Descendants of Slavery from the Atlantic Slave Trade

By Donna Palmer-Smith With the current political climate with Black Lives Matter being a focus.  I thought it would be a good time to revisit an age-old argument which has been discussed in Parliament in the 1800’s by early abolitionist … Continue reading

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