Race Relations Act

The Race Relations Acts are a series of statutes by the United Kingdom parliament to address racial discrimination.

They are:

  • The Race Relations Act 1965
  • The Race Relations Act 1968
  • The Race Relations Act 1976
  • The Race Relations Amendment Act 2000

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... The Matrimonial Proceedings and Property Act (1970) made provision for the welfare of children whose parents were about to divorce or be judicially separated, with courts (for instance) granted ... assets following divorce via the Matrimonial Property Act ... The Race Relations Act was also extended in 1968 and in 1970 the Equal Pay Act was passed ...
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