Cyhoeddwyd: 25 Oct 2018
Britain’s most at-risk groups of people are in danger of being forgotten and becoming trapped in disadvantage, Britain’s equality body is warning in its comprehensive report on the state of equality and human rights in Britain.
Some of Scotland’s poorest and most disadvantaged communities risk falling even further behind, a new report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission warns today.
Cyhoeddwyd: 11 Oct 2018
Three quarters of people in Britain agree that there should be equality for all, but veiled prejudice and negative attitudes towards others are still prevalent in our society.
Cyhoeddwyd: 04 Sep 2018
A new inquiry to investigate whether changes to legal aid funding have left some victims of discrimination unable to access justice has been launched today.
Cyhoeddwyd: 30 Aug 2018
Ethnic minority and disabled people’s careers are at risk as employers fail to collect meaningful data on representation in the workforce.
Cyhoeddwyd: 16 Aug 2018
An Employment Appeal Tribunal in Edinburgh has ruled the Scottish Trade Union Congress victimised an employee when selecting him for redundancy.
Cyhoeddwyd: 31 May 2018
We issued a statement in support of the launch of Lord Bracadale’s review of hate crime legislation in Scotland
Cyhoeddwyd: 11 May 2018
Rebecca Hilsenrath, Chief Executive of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, says it's clear racism is still entrenched in Britain.
Cyhoeddwyd: 14 Mar 2018
Government changes to taxes and social security will condemn future generations to poverty, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has warned.
Cyhoeddwyd: 19 Dec 2017
David Isaac commented on the Government’s response to the Lammy Review.
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