As part of the development of new discrimination legislation, the Committee for Employment & Social Security have gathered people's views regarding the Sex Discrimination (Employment) (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2005 (as amended), Guernsey's only existing piece of discrimination legislation.
The Sex Discrimination Ordinance covers discrimination in the field of employment on the grounds of sex, gender reassignment and being married. It is likely that the Committee will suggest that the Sex Discrimination Ordinance is repealed and relevant provisions incorporated into new multi-ground discrimination legislation (see further information here www.gov.gg/discrimination).
The consultation closed on 26th October 2018. A high-level summary of findings is available in the downloads section on this page.
Should you require any further information about the discrimination legislation project, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01481 732546.
Update: the Committee has carried out wider public consultation on multi-ground discrimination legislation. A policy letter was published in March 2020 - https://gov.gg/article/176559/Proposals-for-a-New-Discrimination-Ordinance