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Northern Ireland Discussion Papers


Northern Ireland government has developed a race equality strategy for 2005-2010, which sets out the principles by which race equality will be delivered in Northern Ireland. In April 2006 all thirteen Northern Irish government departments set out the actions that they will take over the coming years to ensure that the strategy delivers race equality for all citizens of Northern Ireland.

In the seminar series, which gathered together representatives of government departments and voluntary/community organisations, the strategy's six principles were discussed. 

To read Runnymede's discussion papers on the six principles, please follow the links below:

For more information on how Northern Ireland plans to to tackle racial inequalities, provide equal opportunities, eradicate racism and hate crime, and promote good race relations by 2010, see: A Racial Equality Strategy for Northern Ireland [pdf]