The SACHR recommended an amendment to the Northern Ireland Constitution Act of 1973 that would "exempt from the anti-discrimination provisions any legislation and any executive action authorised by law which has as its object to secure or increase equality of treatment or opportunity for different sections of the community defined by religious belief or political opinion."(326)
(172.) STANDING ADVISORY COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS (SACHR), RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL DISCRIMINATION AND EQUALITY OF OPINION IN NORTHERN IRELAND: REPORT ON FAIR EMPLOYMENT iii (1987) [hereinafter SACHR First Report].
(173.) The eleven factors and a brief description of the SACHR's conclusion are as follows:
but small contribution to the overall differential." SACHR First Report,
Catholics in construction; however, the SACHR determined that this was a
The SACHR found that this too was an expression of the
The SACHR determined that some of the differential "may
Religion: The SACHR concluded that religion, as quoted above
(176.) See SACHR First Report, supra note 172., at 70-71.