We all want to live in a fair and decent society. As we move towards leaving the EU, we need to make the most of every opportunity to strengthen the UK’s ability to deliver equality, human rights and prosperity for all.
Our February 2018 report, Shared Prosperity, Shared Rights (pdf), makes the case for an effective replacement of EU funding that supports equality and human rights. Continue reading “EDF report: Shared Prosperity, Shared Rights – Replacing EU Funding for Equality and Human Rights After Brexit”
‘The legal aid means test is preventing families in poverty from accessing justice’ says a March 2018 report (PDF) from the University of Loughborough and Law Society.
Continue reading “University of Loughborough and Law Society report: Priced out of Justice? Legal Aid Means Test”
The profiles of homeless people are changing, with children becoming the largest group of people in emergency shelters as a result of a deterioration in the living conditions of extremely vulnerable families.
This from the March 2018 annual report (PDF) from the European Federation of National Organisations Working with the Homeless (FEANTSA)
Continue reading “European Federation of National Organisations Working with the Homeless report: Third Overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe 2018”
Date: 7 June 2018
Location: Fountain Court, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, B4 6DR
Cost: Free (members) or £20 (non-members)
The Discrimination Law Association is holding a seminar on Brexit’s impact on employment law.
Continue reading “Discrimination Law Association: Brexit – What Does the Future Hold? Discrimination and Beyond – 7 June 2018”
As part of the School Census, schools are now required by the Department for Education to collect the nationality and country of birth of children aged 5 – 19.
This is from the March 2018 guidance from the Migrant Rights Network which aims to help migrants understand their rights and how to assert them in 8 key areas of everyday life.
Continue reading “Migrant Rights Network guidance: Know Your Rights”
‘Every non-trans person can be an ally for trans equality, but not
everyone feels confident doing this. It’s not complicated’.
This is from the March 2018 guidance (PDF) from UNISON on supporting trans people in the workplace.
Continue reading “UNISON guidance: How to be a Good Ally to Trans People at Work”