Do you mean me? Discrimination: attitudes and experience in Northern Ireland
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (BST)
Belfast, United Kingdom
Titanic House, Andrews Gallery
Wednesday 13 June 2012
The Equality Commission invites you to an open and interactive forum to contribute your views on the findings on our Equality Awareness Survey 2011. The survey looks at trends in public attitudes towards particular groups in society; personal experiences of discrimination and knowledge of rights and protections. It considers who is most likely to express negative feelings and who is most likely to be the target of their prejudice.
Aims of the Event
To share our findings;
To explore what they mean;
To hear your views on them;
Find out what you think we should all be doing to improve people's lives in Northern Ireland
This half day event will present the findings of our survey and will continue with a discussion on the best ways to respond to the challenges to equality.
Registration from 9 am
Event commences at 10.00 am
Interactive session with Qwizdom followed by a panel discussion
Concluding with a light lunch at 1.30 pm
Our full programme will follow shortly
If you experience any problems, or for further information please email Events or telephone 028 90 500 600.
Please note: This event is free but spaces are limited so you are encouraged to book early.