Creating a fairer Britain
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Find out how much progress Britain is making against equality, human rights and good relation indicators.
Take less than 5 minutes to watch a video overview of our findings.
Read the overview of our findings in by indicator under areas including health, education and employment.
The Triennial Review project which has given rise to 'How fair is Britain?' has its roots in the Equality Act 2006
On many objective measures, Britain is a far more diverse society than it was a generation ago.
Download 'How fair is Britain?' the report of our first Triennial Review, as a complete 700-page volume, in three parts or chapter-by-ch
We have pulled together a number of case studies to illustrate some of the challenges we hope to tackle as a result of our review.
On 11 October 2010 we launched 'How fair is Britain?' at an event in London.
The launch of ‘How fair is Britain?’ our first Triennial Review generated widespread media coverage, some of which can be accessed…
Research on public authority commitment and action on targeted harassment and violence
On Monday 9 May, the Commission and the British Council co-hosted an event about data collection and policy making.
Equality and diversity in careers education, information, advice and guidance
Speech by Trevor Phillips, European Fundamental Rights Agency, 12 May 2011
Thank you so much for your kind introduction.
Speech by Trevor Phillips, Policy Exchange, 8 February 2011
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