The Council of Europe’s Gender Equality Strategy outlines the goals and priorities of the Council of Europe Programme on Gender Equality for the years 2014-2017.
‘Secondary Analysis of the Gender Pay Gap. Changes in the gender pay gap over time’ was published by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport March 2014.
A National Trans Manifesto, which has been produced as a collaborative document between 15 trans organisations across the UK, was launched in April 2014.
Stonewall’s No Bystanders campaign, was launched in March 2014 with a hard-hitting and powerful film demonstrating that, unchecked, the abusive language children learn in the playground stays with them into adulthood.
‘A toolkit to make Equalities work: A resource to support the voluntary and community sector to use the 2010 Equality Act’ was published by the Race Equality Foundation in March 2014.
Thankfully most people never have to worry about their human rights. For many, they can seem fairly distant: something for lawyers and politicians to worry about, with little impact on our own everyday lives. When we do hear about human rights in the media it’s usually via a story that links them with supposedly ‘undeserving’ …
The first same sex marriages took place on 29 March 2014. This follows the passing of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013.
The National Statistician’s recommendation on ‘The census and future provision of population statistics in England and Wales’ was published on 27 March 2014.
In March 2014, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) published guidance on the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013.
‘People in prison: Gypsies, Romany and Travellers’ finds that people of Gypsy, Romany and Traveller backgrounds are significantly over-represented in English and Welsh prisons.