Cyhoeddwyd: 18 Mar 2019
Certain groups in Scotland will suffer more due to changes in tax and spending policies.
Cyhoeddwyd: 08 Mar 2019
Our study into the experiences of Scottish local elections candidates has revealed a clear lack of diversity among councillors.
Cyhoeddwyd: 07 Mar 2019
Police Scotland have signed an agreement with us committing to take all reasonable steps to prevent sex discrimination against female officers who request flexible working.
Cyhoeddwyd: 06 Mar 2019
The Electoral Commission has published guidance to make sure disabled people can register to vote.
Cyhoeddwyd: 01 Mar 2019
A legal inquiry into whether people with mental health conditions, cognitive impairments and conditions including autism are experiencing discrimination in the criminal justice system is launched today.
Cyhoeddwyd: 21 Feb 2019
A racially discriminatory 'no travellers' rule has been removed from a caravan park in Dumfries.
Cyhoeddwyd: 18 Dec 2018
We work with the Royal Bank of Scotland to promote access for disabled people to mobile banking vehicles.
Cyhoeddwyd: 17 Dec 2018
We intervene in a legal challenge to prevent the UK government from rolling out 'right to rent' in Scotland and Wales.
Cyhoeddwyd: 28 Nov 2018
The most marginalised Scots are the biggest losers in terms of household income as a result of combined tax, spending and local services cuts between 2010 and 2022, our new research reveals.
Cyhoeddwyd: 25 Oct 2018
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.
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