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Enforcing the Equality Act: the law and the role of the EHRC- written submission form

Use the form below to send a written submission to the Women and Equalities Committee inquiry on Enforcing the Equality Act: the law and the role of the EHRC.

The deadline for written submissions is Friday 5 October 2018.

Please note that the Committee cannot look at individual cases or accept submissions about cases that are currently before the Courts.

Written submissions should focus on the enforcement issues set out in the terms of reference. This could include, for example, barriers faced when trying to bring a case, but it should not include detailed descriptions of individual cases themselves.

Submissions that do not address the issues set out in the terms of reference may not be accepted by the Committee.

Please contact the Committee staff at womeqcom@parliament.uk if you have any questions about this

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