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Aquaculture and Fisheries Bill Equality Impact Assessment

Published: 17 Oct 2012
Part of:
Marine and fisheries
ISBN:
9781782561491

Equality Impact Assessment for the Aquaculture and Fisheries Bill

16 page PDF

236.6 kB

16 page PDF

236.6 kB

Contents
Aquaculture and Fisheries Bill Equality Impact Assessment
Footnotes

16 page PDF

236.6 kB

Footnotes

1. Refer to the EQIA guidance (Step two) for more information on positive effects and promoting equality (i.e: eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation; advancing equality of opportunity; and fostering good relations).

2. Refer to the EQIA guidance for more information on potential negative effects.

3. The definition of disability is broad and includes people with physical impairments, sensory impairments and mental impairments.

4. Refer to the EQIA guidance (Step two) for more information on positive effects and promoting equality (i.e: eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation; advancing equality of opportunity; and fostering good relations).

5. Refer to the EQIA guidance for more information on potential negative effects.

6. Refer to the EQIA guidance (Step two) for more information on positive effects and promoting equality (i.e: eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation; advancing equality of opportunity; and fostering good relations).

7. Refer to the EQIA guidance for more information on potential negative effects.

8. The characteristic of gender reassignment applies to a person who proposes, starts or completes a process to change his or her sex. A transsexual person has the protected characteristic of gender reassignment. (Please refer to the EQIA Guidance for a further definition of these terms).

9. Refer to the EQIA guidance (Step two) for more information on positive effects and promoting equality (i.e: eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation; advancing equality of opportunity; and fostering good relations).

10. Refer to the EQIA guidance for more information on potential negative effects.

11. Refer to the EQIA guidance (Step two) for more information on positive effects and promoting equality (i.e: eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation; advancing equality of opportunity; and fostering good relations).

12. Refer to the EQIA guidance for more information on potential negative effects.

13. The definition of race includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origin.

14. This includes Gypsies/Travellers

15. Refer to the EQIA guidance (Step two) for more information on positive effects and promoting equality (i.e: eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation; advancing equality of opportunity; and fostering good relations).

16. Refer to the EQIA guidance for more information on potential negative effects.

17. Refer to the EQIA guidance (Step two) for more information on positive effects and promoting equality (i.e: eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation; advancing equality of opportunity; and fostering good relations).

18. Refer to the EQIA guidance for more information on potential negative effects.


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