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Mason concedes that the paper was seen as not radical enough, and that the furious response of various equality watchdogs, now united as the Commission for Equality and Human Rights, is likely to be reflected in the final legislation.
Many of the staff at the Commission for Equality and Human Rights are yet to be told what their jobs will be and their first day was spent at the Hilton Hotel, Cardiff, because their new office is not ready.
They welcomed the formation of the new Commission for Equality and Human Rights (CEHR).
But it's odds on that Shilpa Shetty, Jade Goody, et al will feature somewhere in the address from the pulpit, to be given by Trevor Phillips, chair of the new Commission for Equality and Human Rights (CEHR).
The Commission for Equality and Human Rights will mark a 'step change' in the battle against discrimination and will champion diversity in Britain, said ministers.
Byline: By Rowena Buzzard This week's top tips for employees takes a look at the Commission for Equality and Human Rights.
The other day, a headhunter called asking for suggestions for the job of chief executive of the coming Commission for Equality and Human Rights (CEHR).