In equality? - Chris Oswald, EHRC Scotland Head of Policy considers whether anti-poverty policies benefit everyone equally in a blog posted on our website.
Commission publishes research into prejudice-based bullying in schools in Scotland: The Equality and Human Rights Commission has today published new research into the scale and impact of prejudice-based bullying in Scottish secondary schools. The research, based on findings from 1,250 pupils and 330 teachers, concludes that procedures for supporting pupils being bullied could be improved.
Equality Commission in Scotland appoints new panel of legal counsel as it launches future strategic litigation policy: The Equality and Human Rights Commission has announced the appointment of new legal counsel to the panel it calls on for advice and representation. This comes as it launches a revised strategic litigation policy, listing the factors to be considered when using its statutory powers.
- EHRC Scotland produces dramatised case studies to assist employers: To help companies get equality in the workplace right the EHRC, through Glasgow Chambers of Commerce, commissioned a theatre group to act out real situations of discrimination that have been heard in the courts. The cases explore the issues faced by employers and employees as well as how The Equality Act can have a positive effect on your business.
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Last Updated: 19 Mar 2015