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The event, which is in its second year, is run by the Law Society and the Commission for Racial Equality and is open to law firms in England and Wales.
Last summer, Trevor Phillips, chair of England's Commission for Racial Equality, made a public call for the repeal of its "official" policy of multiculturalism, charging that England could no longer afford to accommodate all cultures.
Livingstone said the head of the Commission for Racial Equality has been "pandering to the right".
British Muslim communities are as alive to the threat of terrorism as anyone else, the chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality said today.
Black boys may have to be separated from classmates to help improve school performance, the head of the Commission for Racial Equality has said.
Trevor Phillips, Chair of the UK's Commission for Racial Equality, commented, 'When it comes to race and religion this clearly shows that we are dealing with a difference of which most people have no first-hand experience.
And amazingly, the Commission for Racial Equality claims it is because staff know too much about bringing claims.
This report investigates whether strategies employed by the United Kingdom's Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) have been effective in furthering racial equality.
In one email, Jasper called for the development of a "devastating critique" of Phillips's tenure in his then job as head of the Commission for Racial Equality.
Sam Lockyer and Mazur Dad, of Birmingham's Local Leagues, and headmistress Najma Chaudhary were visited earlier in the year by Barbara Follett, Deputy Minister for Women and Equality and Trevor Phillips, chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality.
The committee criticised the way the Equal Opportunities Commission, Commission for Racial Equality and Disability Rights Commission were combined into a single body.
Paul Robeson Jnr, son of the singer and activist Paul Robeson, will officially open the Croeso Project - a Commission for Racial Equality initiative to promote community understanding - on October 5 at the Princess Royal Theatre in Port Talbot.

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