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  1. Trinidad and Tobago - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Equal Opportunity (Amendment) Act, 2001 (No. 5 of 2001). - Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

    Adoption: 2001-06-11 | TTO-2001-L-62945

    Amends Section 26 of Equal Opportunity Act 2000 by deleting subsection 4 and substituting the following subsection: "The Minister shall appoint the panel of advisers referred to in subsection 3".

  2. Trinidad and Tobago - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Miscellaneous Laws Act, 2000 (No. 85 of 2000). - Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

    Adoption: 2000-11-02 | TTO-2000-L-62937

    Makes miscellaneous amendments to the Summary Courts Act, the Summary Offences Act, and the Offences against the Person Act to remove certain discriminatory religious references.

  3. Trinidad and Tobago - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Equal Opportunity Act (Cap. 22:03). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2000-10-20 | TTO-2000-L-59904

    An Act to prohibit certain kinds of discrimination, to promote equality of opportunity between persons of different status, to establish an Equal Opportunity Commission and an Equal Opportunity Tribunal and for matters connected therewith.

    Prohibits discrimination based on sex, race, ethnicity, origin, religion, marital status, or disability in employment, training, education, and other fields. Establishes an Equal Opportunity Commission and an Equal Opportunity Tribunal.

  4. Trinidad and Tobago - Equality of opportunity and treatment - Law, Act

    Counting Unremunerated Work Act (Cap. 19:09). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1996-10-16 | TTO-1996-L-105224

    An Act to require the Central Statistical Office and other public bodies to produce and maintain statistics relative to the counting of unremunerated work and to provide a mechanism for quantifying and recording the monetary value of such work.

    The Act provides for the gathering of statistics on unremunerated work in response to the 1985 resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly which states that the unremunerated contributions of women to all aspects and sectors of development should be recognised, and appropriate efforts should be made to measure and reflect these contributions in national accounts and economic statistics and in the gross national product. The Act states that it is public policy to develop the contribution of women to the social, political and economic life in the country.


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