Creating a fairer Britain
27 June 2011
The Commission will tomorrow argue that the Government’s guidance, which sets out the approach that British intelligence officers should take in seeking information from people held by authorities overseas, is not consistent with either domestic or international law.
21 June 2011
The Equality and Human Rights Commission today issues its Annual Report and Accounts for 2009/10.
20 June 2011
Older people’s basic human rights are being overlooked in the provision of care at home, according to emerging findings released today by the Commission.
20 June 2011
A review of research evidence commissioned by the Equality and Human Rights Commission indicates there are different perceptions about the legal protections for religion or belief and about the level of discrimination towards different religions or beliefs.
17 June 2011
In response to Mr Philip Davies comment that disabled people could be paid less than the minimum wage, a spokesperson for the Equality and Human Rights Commission has commented.
16 June 2011
The Commission today issues its full response to the government’s consultation on the Commission's powers and duties.
09 June 2011
The Court of Protection's ruling in the case of the London Borough of Hillingdon v Steven and Mark Neary represents a significant victory for the human rights of disabled people and their carers.
02 June 2011
The Commission today announced the appointment of Mark Hammond as chief executive. He joins the Commission after an extensive career in local and central government.