Prejudice and unlawful behaviour
Our work to understand the links between prejudice, discrimination and unlawful behaviour in Britain.
It brings together our research on prejudice and hate crime, anti-prejudice projects and trials looking at behaviours in the workplace.
Prejudice and unlawful behaviour
Our research and reports relating to prejudice, discrimination and hate crime, including guidance for evaluating anti-prejudice work.
Developing a national barometer of prejudice and discrimination in Britain
In the first national survey of prejudice in Britain for over a decade, we look at people's experiences of prejudice and discrimination today.
Guide to evaluating anti-prejudice work
Guidance to help you measure how effective your work is in challenging, preventing or reducing prejudice, discrimination, identity-based violence or harassment.
Tackling prejudice and discrimination
An overview of the work we are doing to understand the link between prejudice and unlawful behaviour.
Exploring levers for change
Our report looking at what can be done to prevent and respond to unlawful discrimination, identity-based harassment and violence.
Causes and motivations of hate crime
Our report on hate crime in Great Britain, what causes it and what we know about who commits it.
Unconscious bias training: an assessment of the evidence for effectiveness
Our report looking at how effective unconscious bias training is in creating more inclusive workplace cultures.
We looked at a range of anti-prejudice projects to try and find out what works to reduce identity-based hostility, abuse and hate crime in Britain.
A befriending project aiming to break down the racial and cultural divide between Muslims and non-Muslims in West Yorkshire.
One Globe Kids
An app and website helping challenge prejudice and stereotypes by letting children ‘meet’ friends in other countries and cultures.
Race on the Agenda
Workshops on the Equality Act and Public Sector Equality Duty to help organisations understand what they must do.
Show Racism the Red Card
Workshops for children in primary and secondary schools, using football to help pupils recognise and respond to racism in an appropriate way.
Behavioural insights trials
We teamed up with the Behavioural Insights Team to trial ways of improving the experiences of pregnant women and new mothers in the workplace.
Reducing pregnancy and maternity discrimination
How evidence from behavioural science can help to reduce discrimination against pregnant women and mothers.
Encouraging flexible recruitment
Trial looking at whether tailored email messages can change behaviour among human resources professionals.
Improving line manager relationships
Behavioural trial testing whether an online perspective-taking exercise improved line manager communication and empathy.
Understanding 'what works'
Ben Wilson talks about ‘what works’ to change attitudes and behaviours.
Discrimination and hate crime (external link)
Hazel Wardrop's blog for the International Network for Hate Studies.
Tackling hate crime
Verena Braehler talks about what happens when prejudice turns into discrimination and unlawful behaviour.
The tense aftermath of Brexit (external link)
Dr Marc Verlot blogs for Civil Service World.
Last updated: 19 Feb 2019