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The Joint Committee on Human Rights hears evidence at 1.45pm from Harriet Harman MP, Minister for Women and Equality, on the work of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).
Also appearing before the Joint Committee will be Jonathan Rees, Director General and Accounting Officer of the Government Equalities Office.
The meeting follows previous evidence sessions with the Chair of the EHRC, Trevor Phillips OBE, and with former EHRC Commissioners, Professor Kay Hampton, Professor Francesca Klug OBE, Sir Bert Massie and Ben Summerskill OBE.
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