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  • Last updated: 02 Apr 2019

    Power to the Bump is a campaign that empowers young mothers in the workplace. Mothers can find out about their rights when pregnant, on maternity leave and return to work to ensure a healthy pregnancy.

  • Last updated: 24 Nov 2016

    Download resources to support the Power to the Bump campaign, empowering young mothers in the workplace.

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    Published: 10 May 2016

    The Equality and Human Rights Commission has today launched its Strategic Plan for 2016–19, setting out an ambitious programme to challenge discrimination, advance equality of opportunity, and protect and promote human rights in Britain.

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    First Published: 01 Oct 2010

    A report reviewing society’s progress in equality, human rights and good relations in Great Britain.

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    First Published: 01 Oct 2010

    Review looking at independent evidence to measure progress towards equality, good relations and human rights.

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    First Published: 01 Dec 2010

    This report is the result of a pilot project exploring how voluntary organisations that work in the equalities field are using human rights concepts, language and tools in their. work

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    First Published: 01 Mar 2010

    This publication addresses the reality of what human rights are and what they mean in people’s everyday lives.

  • Blog

    Published: 16 May 2016

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    First Published: 01 Feb 2015

    A two page framework based on human rights case law has been produced to assist organisations in meeting their obligations under the law.

  • News

    Published: 17 May 2016

    Research shows young mothers are significantly more likely to experience pregnancy and maternity discrimination, with six times as many under 25 year olds than average reporting being dismissed from their jobs after they tell their employer they are pregnant.

  • Blog

    Published: 16 May 2016

    Power to the Bump is a campaign that empowers young mothers in the workplace. Mothers can find out about their rights when pregnant, on maternity leave and return to work to ensure a healthy pregnancy

  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 19 May 2016

    Power to the Bump is a campaign that empowers young mothers in the workplace. Mothers can find out about their rights when pregnant, on maternity leave and return to work to ensure a healthy pregnancy.

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    First Published: 11 Jun 2009

    This report draws on information that was submitted to the Commission during the Call for Evidence. During this timeframe we asked anyone with an interest in human rights to contact us with their views, experiences and recommendations for positive change.

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    First Published: 01 Jun 2009

    This report sets out the findings of a Human Rights Inquiry.

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    First Published: 01 Jun 2009

    Report on our research into the Human Rights Act's first ten years which makes a number of recommendations to help embed human rights in the public sector.

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    First Published: 01 Jun 2010

    Having been awarded 'A' status in 2009 by the International Coordinating Committee with the Paris Principles, this publication marks the one-year anniversary of our accreditation.

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    First Published: 01 May 2014

    This publication aims to help officials in public authorities understand how the Human Rights Act relates to what they do and how they do it.

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    First Published: 01 Jun 2009

    This report draws on findings from case studies in five different organisations, which have a reputation for having made some progress embedding human rights into their work.

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    First Published: 01 Dec 2015

    This review looks at the evidence to see whether Wales is fairer today than it was when we published our first review five years ago.

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    First Published: 01 Mar 2015

    This report summarises responses made to the Commission's litigation strategy consultation.

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