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Consultation events

To follow the publication of our Interim Report for Consultation on 20 March 2006, we held a series of Consultation Events.

The purpose of the events was to determine whether the priorities we identified in our report were the right ones, and to ensure that we capture the views of a broad cross-section of people and organisations.

Almost 600 people took up this opportunity to discuss our interim findings with members of the Equalities Review Panel.

You can view the presentations made at the events below, along with the delegate lists. A summary of delegates’ views as expressed at the events will be available on this page shortly.

Cardiff, 28 April 2006, with Trevor Phillips from the Equalities Review Panel, as well as guest speaker Dr Charlotte Williams, Keele University (formerly of University of Wales Bangor).

Glasgow, 2 May 2006, with Trevor Phillips from the Equalities Review Panel, as well as guest speaker Fergus McMillan from LGBT Youth Scotland. 

London, 8 May 2006, with Sir Robert Kerslake from the Equalities Review Panel, as well as guest speakers Karen Chouhan from the 1990 Trust, Ju Gosling from REGARD and TUDA, and Alan Wardle from Stonewall. 

York, 16 May 2006, with Trevor Phillips from the Equalities Review Panel, as well as guest speaker Lee Jackson from Leeds Faith in Schools. 

Taunton, 26 May 2006, with Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas from the Equalities Review Panel, as well as guest speaker Rowena Hayward from Bristol City Council. 

Birmingham, 1 June 2006, with Sir Robert Kerslake from the Equalities Review Panel, as well as guest speaker Roger McKenzie from the TUC. 

Manchester, 5 June 2006, with Trevor Phillips from the Equalities Review Panel, as well as guest speaker Lorraine Gradwell from Breakthrough UK.