Published: 04 Nov 2020
Highways England has signed a legally binding agreement with Britain’s Equality watchdog after a staff member was awarded £74,000 in compensation for sexual harassment and unfair dismissal.
Published: 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.
Published: 08 Sep 2017
Joint statement from the Equality and Human Rights Commission and the Metropolitan Police Service.
Published: 25 Jan 2017
Commission responds to the dress codes for women at work report from the Petitions and Women and Equality Committees.
Published: 08 Sep 2016
The Equality and Human Rights Commission's inquiry into the Metropolitan Police Service reveals significant weaknesses in handling discrimination complaints from its own officers and staff.
Published: 31 Aug 2016
Deputy Chair Caroline Waters comments on the Government Women and Equalities Committee recommendations to improve access to justice
Published: 23 Aug 2016
Published: 07 Jul 2016
Targets set by government to increase the representation of women on FTSE company boards show a ‘paucity of ambition’ and don’t go anywhere near far enough
Published: 29 Jun 2016
Reforms to the legal aid system, the introduction of employment tribunal fees and changes to the social security system have all been highlighted as major human rights concern
Published: 08 Jun 2016
The Equality and Human Rights Commission comments on the sex discrimination case involving former Chelsea FC employee Dr Eva Caneiro and former manager Jose Mourinho.
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