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Regulating Police Stop and Search – an evaluation of the Northamptonshire Police Reasonable Grounds Panel.

On the 7th November, NREC hosted the launch of the evaluation report into Northamptonshire Police Reasonable Grounds Panels, at the Doddridge Centre in Northampton. Mel Crofts, chair of NREC, facilitated the panel discussion. On the panel were Rebecca Delsol, from … Continue reading

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Britain – A Nazi Safe House? Annual Northamptonshire lecture

Annual Northamptonshire Holocaust Memorial Lecture 2020: Britain – A Nazi Safe House? Free admission. Booking essential. No admission without booking. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/copy-of-northampton-annual-holocaust-memorial-lecture-2019-tickets-88847496253

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Ethical veganism is a philosophical belief and protected under Equality law

See: https://bbc.in/36xjRxq

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Wellingborough Equality Action

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The belief that there are two biological sexes in humans, and that it is not possible for a human being to change sex, is NOT a philosophical belief under Equality law

Good decision in my view. Recognises that one person’s or group’s rights cannot be protected if it involves removing the rights and freedoms from others or is incompatible with upholding the right to human dignity. Paul Crofts Philosophical Belief Discrimination … Continue reading

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Statistics on race and the criminal justice system 2018

Ministry of Justice and Office for National Statistics report: Statistics on race and the criminal justice system 2018

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Black History Month: A talk by Phil Vasili, author of Walter Tull: 1888-1918 Footballer and Officer.

I attended a University of Northampton seminar on the life of Walter Tull, an extraordinary man, as part of a collection of events developed by the Student’s Union Vice president BME officer, Tre Ventour, who also happens to be a … Continue reading

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