Cyhoeddwyd: 24 Oct 2016
Commission and Polish embassy staff met to discuss rising incidents of hate crimes against Polish people following the EU referendum, and closer collaboration to tackle further incidents.
Cyhoeddwyd: 20 Oct 2016
David Isaac comments on the government's announcement of posthumous pardons for gay and bisexual men convicted of now-abolished sexual offences.
Cyhoeddwyd: 19 Oct 2016
David Isaac comments on the suggestion to test migrant children’s teeth to verify their age.
Cyhoeddwyd: 12 Oct 2016
A ‘hierarchy of hate crime’ is undermining the confidence of victims in the law, according to David Isaac, Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Cyhoeddwyd: 10 Oct 2016
British businesses are being urged to ensure fair treatment in recruitment after research into employers’ knowledge and attitudes reveals confusion and misunderstanding of the law on advertising jobs.
Cyhoeddwyd: 14 Sep 2016
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has joined with some of Britain's leading employers to launch the Working Forward initiative, to end pregnancy and maternity discrimination in the workplace.
Cyhoeddwyd: 06 Sep 2016
Disabled children are almost twice as likely to be the victims of crime, according to a new disability hate crime report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Cyhoeddwyd: 31 Aug 2016
Deputy Chair Caroline Waters comments on the Government Women and Equalities Committee recommendations to improve access to justice
Cyhoeddwyd: 30 Aug 2016
Commission welcomes Government audit of racial and socio-economic disparities in public services
Cyhoeddwyd: 26 Aug 2016
Our response to the latest United Nations report (ICERD) on racial discrimination on the UK
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