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Equality and Human Rights Commissionnoun

uk   us   abbreviation EHRC
in the UK, an independent organization that is responsible for making sure that employers do not treat employees or people applying for jobs unfairly because of their sex, race, religion, age, etc. The Equality and Human Rights Commission replaced the Equality Opportunities Commission in October 2007
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