Commenting in response to a new report from the House of Lords on the impact of the Equality Act 2010 on disabled people, Lord Holmes, EHRC Disability Commissioner said: “We strongly agree that the Government must take more comprehensive action to improve the lives of disabled people so that they can participate fully in society. “It is unacceptable that legislation to remove barriers including poor access to taxis and housing has been on the statute book for 20 years but have not yet been brought into force.
Mae’r Comisiwn Cydraddoldeb a Hawliau Dynol heddiw yn galw am weithredu brys wrth i ymchwil newydd awgrymu bod dros dri chwarter o fenywod beichiog a mamau newydd – sy’n cyfateb i 390,000 o fenywod ar draws Prydain a 17,000 yng Nghymru – yn cael eu trin yn negyddol ac o bosib yn wahaniaethol yn eu gwaith bob blwyddyn.
New research published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission today suggests that around three quarters of pregnant women and new mothers in Scotland, the equivalent of over 30, 000 women, experience negative or potentially discriminatory treatment at work each year.
Cafodd Darlith Hawliau Dynol Flynyddol 2016 ei thraddodi gan y Parchedig Aled Edwards, Prif Weithredwr Cytûn (Eglwysi Ynghyd yng Nghymru), Ysgrifennydd y Cyngor Rhyngffydd i Gymru ac aelod Pwyllgor Cymru’r Comisiwn.
Thousands of people could be at risk of being denied jobs and services each year due to unlawful, discriminatory adverts, the Equality and Human Rights Commission warns today.
Complaints about adverts which discriminate against older workers or on the basis of sex appear the most common but people ...
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) welcomes today’s announcement by the Scottish Government of a number of commitments which will help to tackle the problem of discrimination faced by pregnant women and new mothers every year.
These commitments follow on from a GB-wide report publish...
The Scottish legal team is pleased to present the third in our series of four webcasts, ‘equality: online’. These webcasts provide flexible training to practitioners across Britain who work with legal issues on a day-to-day basis. You can do this training at your desk, at a time that suits you and you can go through it as many times as you like.
Commenting in response to Government publishing draft regulations to make gender pay gap reporting mandatory for large companies, Rebecca Hilsenrath, CEO at the Equality and Human Rights Commission said:
Commenting in response to the Intelligence Security Committee’s (ISC) report which raises concerns over the lack of protection for people’s privacy in the Investigatory Powers Bill, a spokesperson for the Equality and Human Rights Commission, said: