Launched in September 2012, UK Feminista’s film shows that violence against women and girls is not inevitable.
In July 2012, the London Voluntary Service Council (LVSC) published ‘The Big Squeeze: Surviving not thriving’.
Leading human rights NGOs submitted a joint statement to the Brighton Conference on 13 April 2012.
Voice4Change wants the Government to produce, publish and put into practice a cross-government race equality strategy with clear, measurable outcomes.
The Human Dignity Trust was established in November 2011 to legally challenge laws which criminalise homosexuality wherever those laws exist in the world.
AGE and other members of a European Coalition issued their Manifesto for an Age-Friendly European Union in November 2011.
The government’s ‘Body confidence campaign’ aims to reduce the burdens that popular culture places on an individual’s wellbeing and self-esteem.
In October 2011, the United Nations launched the ‘Let’s Fight Racism’ campaign and website.
Disability Politics UK is asking people to sign an e-petition to help increase the number of disabled MPs.
In September 2011, Kaleidoscope – a new international LGBT campaign group – was launched in parliament by Speaker John Bercow, the group’s honorary president.