Monthly Archives: May 2015

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Compared with the call on our services in the previous year the number of complaints coming to us in the period covered by this report has risen by 13%.More significant, in terms of resource allocation at least, has been the 32% rise in complaints and disputes that required investigation. Computacenter has been working with the CRE since May 1999. In that time the company has made strategic changes to its employment practices. Under the terms of the new agreement, Computacenter will carry out a series of action points over the next five years. click here for more details : E Settlement Agents Perth

These include, thorough monitoring of employees by racial group from the point of application onwards, gathering staff views on equal opportunities within the company, and the ongoing development of training on equality issues for managers. To help Computacenter achieve their objectives under the partnership agreement, the CRE will provide them with advice on racial equality matters, and keep them up to date with best practice and legislative developments in the field of racial equality. Beverley Bernard, acting chair of the CRE, congratulated Trevor and welcomed his appointment.

CRE Wales welcomes these results, which have marked an important moment in the recognition of the extent of diversity in Wales today, and the complexity of its ethnic minority population.  it serves as a reminder to all public authorities in Wales that diligence is needed in relation to their dealings with the public and a further improvement in the ways in which they secure race equality in all that they do (in accordance with their Public Duty under the amended Race Relations Act).

Dharmendra Kanani, speaking of behalf of CRE Wales at the Assembly today, believes that ‘the delivery of the Public Duty in Wales has been addressed with energy and enthusiasm….this is, however, not the case for the vast majority who still need to be persuaded to understand and appreciate the need for mainstreaming race equality and its relevance regardless of the population size of ethnic minorities. Mr Kanani called for an inquiry into the impact of the Public Duty across Wales, which was warmly supported by AMs today at the Equality of Opportunity Committee.