The Women’s Budget Group have launched Women Count, a new resource on gender-responsive budgeting, released September 2018.
Mind have launched a free online gateway to resources and information on mental health in the workplace, in August 2018.
The rate of use of force incidents was lower for White young people in custody than for young people from all other ethnic groups combined.
This is according to the Race Disparity Unit who have updated the Ethnicity Facts and Figures website, in August 2018.
Galop have updated their online LGBT+ DV Resource Library, in August 2018.
This collection provides direct links to UK based resources relevant for LGBT+ people, service providers working with LGBT+ victims of domestic abuse and researchers interested in the topic.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is researching the design of the 2021 Census, in relation to long-term health problem or disability question. They have opened a survey for data users.
The survey closes on 3 August 2018.
Inclusion London have launched a project which supports London Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations (DDPO) use the law to help Deaf/Disabled people make their rights to independent living and access to goods and services a reality.
Since 1918, 490 women have been elected to parliament. In 2018, there are 209 women MPs. For every woman currently in the House of Commons, there are twice as many men. A visual essay by 50:50 Parliament illustrates the history of gender representation in the House of Commons, with detailed demographics and policy implications.
A July 2018 House of Commons publication compiles a reading list of briefings on Brexit since the EU Referendum on 23 June 2016.
‘We need to think about prevention not only cure. A human rights approach offers a helping hand; fresh-thinking, a framework for action, and one which places human dignity at the centre of services.’ This message is from Stephen Bowen, Director of The British Institute for Human Rights (BIHR) as they publish a factsheet on human rights and …
Too many LGBT+ people still don’t feel safe and comfortable at work. Unions have an essential role to play in fighting this discrimination. This is according to the 2018 Trade Union Congress (TUC) Pride campaign which calls for all LGBT+ people to join a union.