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  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 15 Apr 2016

    We look at how you can make sure you are not discriminating unlawfully in selecting people for redundancy, and in particular how this applies to references.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 12 Jul 2016

    Guidance on working with disabled employees to identify which adjustments may be helpful.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 12 Jul 2016

    Guidance on ensuring that any reasonable adjustments in the workplace are effective.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 13 Apr 2016

    Examples of what is considered reasonable and how adjustments are implemented into the workplace.

  • Blog

    Published: 08 Oct 2015

    We are part of a steering group of the See it, Say it, Change it project of Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CRAE). It gives children a voice on how our rights are being realised. There are 22 of us a...

  • publication download

    First Published: 01 Apr 2014

    This is a guide to what equality law means for you as a student in further or higher education.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 29 Jun 2016

    Guidance for employment service providers on making reasonable adjustments for disabled people.

  • Last updated: 22 Apr 2016

    29 October 2015 The Commission welcomes the provisions in the Immigration Bill designed to tackle illegal working and enhance the enforcement of labour market rules. However, our view is that the way in which the changes are proposed could have the unintended consequence of undermining the Governm...

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 14 Apr 2016

    Guidance for employers on the three requirements of the duty to make reasonable adjustments for disabled people

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 12 Jul 2016

    Guidance on reasonable adjustments where a disabled person would otherwise be placed at a substantial disadvantage compared with people who are not disabled.

  • Last updated: 22 Apr 2016

    13 October 2015 The Commission welcomes the provisions in the Immigration Bill designed to tackle illegal working and enhance the enforcement of labour market rules. However we do have a number of concerns about Parts 2 and 4, and Schedule 6 of the Bill with regard to compliance with the European C...

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 14 Apr 2016

    The duty applies to employees in employment, applying for a job or telling an employer they are thinking of applying.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 14 Apr 2016

    Advice for employers on reasonable adjustments, who pays for adjustments, and Access to Work.

  • Blog

    Published: 25 Sep 2015

    Jackie Driver talks about police stop and search powers, and how they are used disproportionately against Black and Asian people.

  • Last updated: 22 Apr 2016

    14 October 2015 Section 54 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 provides that courts must order adults convicted of an offence to pay a criminal courts charge. The Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 (Criminal Courts Charge) Regulations 2015 (“the Regulations”) supplement the requirements u...

  • Last updated: 27 Mar 2016

    House of Lords 9 December 2015 In summary, the Commission encourages the Government to expand the employment reporting duty in Clause 1 to include a duty to measure and report on progress towards closing the disability employment gap. We also set out our support for Amendments which will place a d...

  • Blog

    Published: 17 Sep 2015

    This year sees the twentieth anniversary of the seminal Disability Discrimination Act (1995), reflecting the progress society has made in understanding the lives of disabled people and safeguarding their rights. Anniversaries always provide go...

  • Last updated: 27 Mar 2016

    House of Lords 9 December 2015 The Commission is particularly concerned about the impact Clauses 13 and 14 (which propose to lower the level of Employment Support Allowance, and its equivalent in relation to Universal Credit, to future claimants placed in the Work-Related Activity Group) may have ...

  • Last updated: 27 Mar 2016

    Clauses 4 and 6, House of Lords 7 December 2015 Our briefing is in support of Amendments which would require the Government to include data on children in low income households where one or both parents are working and to set out how the terms ‘low income’ and ‘material deprivation’ have b...

  • Blog

    Published: 07 Sep 2015

    The week’s biggest international story, out of 10,000 people fleeing to Europe, was three year old Aylan from Syria, whose body on a Turkish beach, next to that of his five year-old brother, shocked and appalled viewers. A quick look at other news items yields headlines such as “Information Comm...

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