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The equality strategy - building a fairer Britain: progress report

Progress report on how the equality strategy (the government's new approach to equality), is making a difference across 5 priority areas.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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The equality strategy sets out the government’s vision for a strong, modern and fair Britain. It is built on 2 principles of equality: equal treatment and equal opportunity. This means building a society where no one is held back because of who they are, or where they come from.

This progress report describes how the government’s new approach to equality, which is based on transparency, local accountability and reducing bureaucracy, is beginning to make a difference across the 5 main priority areas outlined in the equality strategy.

Date: Tue May 22 11:58:44 BST 2012

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Published 22 May 2012