Commission for Racial Equality

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Commission for Racial Equality

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) a body of fourteen members appointed by the Home Secretary under the Race Relations Act 1976 to enforce the provisions of that Act. Abbreviation: CRE
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After discussions with the Campaign for Racial Equality and others, Thomas Cook said it would promote Welsh as well as English among staff in Wales "in a manner that does not interfere with good working of the business and recognises individual members of staff have a right to use the language of their choice in the workplace where reasonable, proportionate and practicable."
Mirror Sport has been supportive with an 'Open Goal' campaign for racial equality in football.
It has been a slow process, which started at the top and has Dltered down the leagues with increasing momentum since its conception in 1993, when the Professional Footballers' Association joined forces with the Campaign for Racial Equality.
Among the performers are 30 dancers from the Toxteth group the Greenhouse project, set up in 1998 to promote community diversity, who are being sponsored by the Campaign for Racial Equality.
A spokesman for the Campaign for Racial Equality said: "The Government needs to go further to ensure that sites are provided in practice, supporting local councils by placing them under legal obligation to do this.
Klarman concludes that the Supreme Court did not stand in the vanguard of the campaign for racial equality. Instead, the Court endorsed changes that were already emerging in American society--changes that had little to do with nine robed men in Washington.
Campaign for Racial Equality chairman Phillips called on the former Labour MP, whose show has been taken off air by the BBC pending an inquiry, to apologise for his remarks about Moslemsand Arabs.
Furthermore, if verse four was about maltreating any other minority then the Campaign for Racial Equality would no doubt have taken steps to rectify the situation.
The Campaign for Racial Equality has apparently received a number of complaints of racial discrimination, presumably from the same right-on, detached-from-reality airheads who would be the first to squeal if their presence in the wrong end sparked a serious outbreak of aggro.
It is, only partly, to identify the campaign for racial equality with the American Creed.

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