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March 08, 2019

Presentation to students and staffs alike on the l ...

During the whole of the year 2018, the Equal Opportunities Commission had the opportunity to visit various educational institutions in Mauritius and Rodrigues in view to fulfill its mandate to sensitise the public about the various aspects of the provisions of the Equal Opportunities Act. The sensitisation campaign kicked off at the Royal College Port Louis which was attended by the press; there were around 300 students and staffs present. The sensitisation was concluded at the Mauritius Institute of Education, Reduit. The target audience was mainly form 5 up to HSC students and staffs of educational institutions. Here are some clicks  of some institutions where the members of the Commission delivered presentation to students and staffs a ...

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January 29, 2014


​Prior to referring to the Equal Opportunities Tribunal (EOT) any matter which is the subject of an investigation by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC), the latter is duty bound under the relevant provisions of the Equal Opportunities Act to attempt to resolve the matter by conciliation. Furthermore, the Equal Opportunities Act confers upon the EOC the power to request by written notice the attendance before it of any person who is alledged to have committed the act of discrimination in view of an attempt at conciliation, if any. Non compliance with the statutory obligation referred to at paragraph 1 above may crystallize in a contention of procedural impropriety. Consequently, the EOC shall summon Hon. Michael Sik Yuen to be and ...

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Start Time:Feb 05, 2013|Category: Public

Sensitisation at Citizens Advice Bureau

Sensitisation at Citizens Advice Bureau On Tuesdays from 05 February to 15 October 2013 Time: 13hr00 to 13hr30   ...

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Sexual Harassment

A person may lodge a complaint with the Commission if he/she feels humiliated, offended or intimidated by:
  • An unwelcome sexual advance; 
  • An unwelcome request for a sexual favour
  • Any other unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature

Know your Rights

Our foremost duty as a Commission is to work towards the elimination of discrimination and the promotion of equality of opportunity and good relations between persons of different status. In this respect, it is essential that you, as Mauritian citizens, know your rights. 

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If you feel that any of your rights has been breached under the Equal Opportunities Act 2008, you may lodge a written complaint with us.