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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH STUDY OF CASTE-BASED DISCRIMINATION IN THE UK
EDM #572
Tabled 20 July 2010
2010-12 Session
That this House notes that the National Institute of Economic and Social Research has been commissioned to carry out in-depth research to examine the extent of caste-based prejudice and discrimination in the UK; welcomes a provision in the Equality Act 2010 inserted by amendment of the Equality Bill, which enabled the Government to make caste-based discrimination illegal in the UK; and calls on the current Government to share the findings of the research in order to permit the outlawing of discrimination on the grounds of caste.

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