By Sofia Lotto Persio in Britain:
Traffic brought to a halt after G4S gets helpline gig
Saturday 17th September 2016
The group wants the government to reverse its decision to let G4S run the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS) for three years.
EASS is a national helpline offering support on discrimination and human rights abuse, previously run by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
The activists want the commission to be in the hands of specialised services with expertise in dealing with abuse and discrimination.
Sisters Uncut’s Laura Jeffers said: “G4S has a terrible record on…
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