Grenfell to be examined by national equality body

In the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has launched Following Grenfell, to look at the human rights and equality dimensions of the tragedy, and to determine if the State is fulfilling its duties under human rights and equality law. Read more...


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