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  1. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Social Security Benefits Act 1975 (Chapter 11)

    Adoption: 1975-03-13 | GBR-1975-L-18658

    Makes provision with respect to basic scheme benefits and benefits in respect of industrial injuries and diseases; increases family allowances and amends section 8 of the Family Allowances Act 1965, amends Parts I and III of Schedule 2 to the Supplementary Benefit Act 1966; and for purposes connected with those matters.

  2. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    The Social Security (Married women) (Jersey) Order, 1974.

    Adoption: 1974-11-27 | Date of entry into force: 1975-01-01 | GBR-1974-M-9940

  3. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    National Insurance (Married Women) Regulations 1973 (S.I. No. 693 of 1973)

    Adoption: 1973-04-05 | GBR-1973-R-16253

    Consolidation of earlier regulations.

  4. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Family Income Supplements (General) Amendment Regulations 1972 (S.I. No. 14 of 1972)

    Adoption: 1972-01-10 | GBR-1972-R-16831

  5. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    The Race Relations Council Act 1970. No. 525.

    Adoption: 1970-12-24 | GBR-1970-L-17632

  6. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Family Income Supplements Act 1970 (Chapter 55)

    Adoption: 1970-12-17 | GBR-1970-L-17627

    Provides for the payment of a new benefit for certain families with small incomes; and for purposes connected therewith [prescribed amount: Livres 15 for one child; Livres 2 for each additional child].

  7. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Equal Pay Act (Northern Ireland) 1970 (c. 32). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1970-12-17 | GBR-1970-L-98067

    An Act to prevent discrimination, as regards terms and conditions of employment, between men and women.

  8. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children (Amendment) Ordinance 1968.

    Adoption: 1968-11-07 | GBR-1968-R-18490

    An Ordinance to amend the Employment of Women, Young Perosns and Children Ordinance 1967 [No. 1 of 1967]. No. 11.

  9. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance 1967 (No. 1 of 1967) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1967-05-12 | GBR-1967-R-18794

    An Ordinance to give effect to certain international Conventions relating to the employment of women, young persons and children. No. 1. Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Ordinance 1967.

  10. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Act 1930 (AT 2 of 1930). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1930-05-15 | Date of entry into force: 1930-07-05 | GBR-1930-L-101941

    AN ACT to carry out certain Conventions relating to the employment of Women, Young Persons and Children, and to amend the law with respect to the employment of Women and Young Persons in Factories and Workshops.

  11. United Kingdom - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Loi ayant rapport l'Emploi de Femmes, de Jeunes Personnes et d'Enfants [1926]. (Law concerning the Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children, 1926.) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1926 | GBR-1926-L-109936

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