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Consultation on the Sex Discrimination Ordinance

SDO Consultation

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The Committee for Employment & Social Security ("the Committee") is keen to hear people's views regarding the Sex Discrimination (Employment) (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2005 (as amended) ("the Sex Discrimination Ordinance"), Guernsey's only piece of discrimination legislation.

The Sex Discrimination Ordinance covers discrimination in the field of employment on the grounds of sex, gender reassignment and being married.  It is likely that the Committee will suggest that the Sex Discrimination Ordinance is repealed and relevant provisions incorporated into new multi-ground discrimination legislation (see further information here www.gov.gg/discrimination).

The Committee is particularly interested to hear from people who have views on the Sex Discrimination Ordinance, either as employees who have experienced or witnessed discrimination, employers or HR professionals, trade union representatives or people who practice employment law.

Two versions of the consultation questionnaire are available:

Please answer the version most appropriate to you. The consultation will close on 26th October and a high-level summary of findings will be published in December 2018.

Should you require any further information, or copies of the consultation in alternative formats, please contact us at equality@gov.gg or call 01481 732546.

The Committee intends to carry out a wider public consultation regarding its draft proposals for new multi-ground discrimination legislation in 2019 before taking a Policy Letter to the States for consideration.

If you would like to receive an email and/or text notification when the next consultation becomes available (or you wish to stop receiving those notifications), please log in or register here.

 

Closes: 26th October

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