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Reviewing and revising the scheme45

Chapter 4:Enforcement46

Helping public authorities meet the gender equality duty46

The role of audit and inspection bodies46

What happens when public authorities fail to meet the gender equality duty47

Enforcement of the general and specific duties via compliance notices47

Enforcement of the general duty via judicial review48

Chapter 5:Procurement and partnerships49

Procurement49

Where contractors are subject to the gender duty directly, in tandem with the public authority52

Partnerships52

Chapter 6:Single-sex activities54

The legal status of single-sex activities54

Single-sex provision in education54

Positive action in training provided by certain training bodies55

Single-sex provision of goods, facilities or services55

Sport and communal accommodation56

The exercise of public functions57

The relationship between SDA s21A (public functions) and s29 (goods, facilities or services)57

Single-sex approaches to public functions58

The employment implications of single-sex provision59

Developments in the law on single-sex activities60

Appendix A: What is the definition of a public authority for the purposes of the general duty?61

Appendix B: Public bodies and functions which are exempt from the gender duty64

Appendix C: The Sex Discrimination 1975 (Public Authorities) (Statutory Duties)Order 200665

Appendix D: Public authorities subject to the specific duties68

Appendix E: The meaning of unlawful discrimination  - a brief overview of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and Equal Pay Act 197074

Appendix F: Further details of the legal position on single-sex activities80

Appendix G: Assessment of compliance with the general and specific duties83

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