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Equality and Human Rights Commissionnoun

uk   us   ( abbreviation EHRC)
in the UK, an ​independentorganization that is ​responsible for making sure that ​employers do not ​treatemployees or ​peopleapplying for ​jobsunfairly because of their sex, race, religion, age, etc. The Equality and Human Rights ​Commissionreplaced the Equality Opportunities ​Commission in October 2007
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