Clear Filter

National Workplace Policy on HIV and AIDS

The National Workplace Policy on HIV and AIDS (NWP) was revised in 2016 to ensure its consistency with relevant national and international targets and commitments; new developments in HIV and AIDS interventions and alignment to the ILO Recommendation concerning HIV and AIDS and the World of Work, 2010 (No. 200), which builds on and reinforces the ILO Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work (2001). The Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (GoRTT) will ensure that the policy is implemented using the concept of social dialogue – including consultation and other forms of co-operation among representatives of employers and workers and the active involvement of people living with HIV.

National Survey Full Report 2017

The Equal Opportunity Commission is a not for profit, independent Human Rights, State agency established by the Equal Opportunity Act No. 69, of 2000. The Commission envisions “a society which is free from discrimination and prejudice, where human rights and diversity are respected, and where there is equality of opportunity for all.”

National Survey Summary 2017

The Equal Opportunity Commission (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Commission’) is a public body that was created in accordance with the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act, Chapter 22:03 (Act No. 69 of 2000 as amended by Act No.5 of 2001).

EOC Strategic Plan 2015-2018

Under the auspices of its new board, the Equal Opportunity Commission has completed its first strategic planning exercise which is envisaged to take us up to 2018. In so doing I wish to acknowledge all the preliminary work that had been completed by the previous board and which formed the platform upon which the current plan was built.

Annual Report 2014

The year 2014 saw the all-encompassing theme of transitions and transformations for the EOC. However, this was embraced with optimism as the old analogy would have it… change is the only constant. As we assimilated to these transitions we faced both accomplishments and challenges as an organisation with a unique service to the public