The Fair Admissions Campaign wants all state-funded schools in England and Wales to be open equally to all children, without regard to religion or belief.
The National Equality Standard, launched in 2013, is sponsored by Ernst & Young in partnership with 18 other UK and global companies. It is supported by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) and the CBI.
The Campaign of Young People for Human Rights Online is against the expressions of hate speech online in all its forms, including those that most affect young people, such as forms of cyber-bullying and cyber-hate.
In March 2013, the Refugee Council and Maternity Action published a report which looks at the experiences of pregnant women in the asylum system, based on interviews with asylum seeking women and midwives responsible for their care.
In January 2013, Stop Hate UK launched a new 24 hour helpline service, Stop Learning Disability Hate Crime, in England and Wales.
EVAW is campaigning to ensure that girls are safe and that work is done to tackle harmful attitudes, and has produced a ‘Schools Safe 4 Girls campaign pack’.
‘Turning 18’ is a series of audio stories put together to mark 18 years of The Refugee Council’s Children’s Section.
The Representation of the People (Members’ Job Share) Bill aims to introduce job sharing for MPs
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’.