Rotary Club of Belfast

Business and Sport Human Rights

ZaraGivesHumanRightsPresentationZara Potter from the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission in an interesting and well-received address to the Club Monday 20 January spoke on the theme of Business and Sport Human Rights highlighting the general position of the Human Rights legislation in NI and majoring on her specialism of Business and Sport. She outlined their current engagement with Businesses and Sporting Organisations within NI getting them to sign-up to the Human Rights involved in each area.

Zara stressed that they aim to keep all meetings positive, have no investigative aspect but encourage good practice and facilitate sharing of knowledge in particular concerning what should be done.

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