Publications library

  • Adroddiad
     

    First Published: 09 May 2019

    This is the most comprehensive review of how England is performing on equality and human rights.

  • Adroddiad
     

    First Published: 13 Mar 2019

    This report is a summary of our legal submissions following Phase 1 of the Grenfell Tower inquiry.

  • Adroddiad
     

    First Published: 25 Oct 2018

    This is the most comprehensive review of how Britain is performing on equality and human rights.

  • Cyngor a Chanllawiau
     

    First Published: 13 Apr 2018

    This handbook provides a brief overview of the Equality Act 2010 for advisors in England and Wales.

  • Cyngor a Chanllawiau
     

    First Published: 13 Apr 2018

    This guide helps you to understand how a court in England and Wales works out how much a successful claim for discrimination is worth.

  • Cyngor a Chanllawiau
     

    First Published: 23 Feb 2018

    If you’re a legal representative or adviser, why not get in touch if you come across a case we could get involved in.

  • Adroddiad Ymchwil
     

    First Published: 15 Dec 2016

    This series of factsheets shows the main findings for some of the protected characteristics covered in the Is Britain Fairer? (2015) report.

  • Cyngor a Chanllawiau
     

    First Published: 25 Apr 2016

    Is England Fairer? The state of equality and human rights 2016 is the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s report on equality and human rights progress in England based on evidence from Is Britain Fairer?, published in October 2015, and updated evidence where possible. In 2010, the Commission produced its first progress report on equality, entitled How Fair is Britain? A separate human rights progress report, the Human Rights Review, was published in 2012. Is Britain Fairer? was the Commission’s follow-up report on both equality and human rights.

  • Cyngor a Chanllawiau
     

    First Published: 06 Apr 2016

    This technical guidance provides advice for any organisation, public or private, which is providing a service and explains the implications of the age discrimination ban. It provides examples of how the ban works in practice, explains who is protected and sets out what constitutes discrimination, harassment and victimisation on the grounds of age.

  • First Published: 30 Mar 2016

    This study examined how much control was influenced by the police on the ethnic composition of young people entering the youth justice system.

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