Launched in December 2012, ‘Human Rights: What Have They Ever Done For You?’ is a series of videos showing how the Human Rights Act has helped everyday people to gain justice.
Runnymede’s film ‘Race on Screen’ was launched in January 2013 and documents a series of lectures and panel debates organised as part of the Generation 3.0 project.
Ethnic Politics (EP) is a one-stop data shop for all aspects of ethnic minorities’ inclusion and engagement in British politics funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
‘Disability in Time and Place’ tells the story of disabled people’s lives through the history of thousands of buildings.
The ESF-Age Network consists of public authorities from 16 EU-member states and regions.
On 12 November 2012, the British Academy Policy Centre, EDF and the EDF Research Network held a seminar about recent human rights developments in the UK.
On 7 April 2011, the Government launched the Red Tape Challenge on a website ‘challenging the public to help us cut unnecessary regulations’.
The World Bank eAtlas of Gender allows users to map and graph dozens of gender indicators over time and across countries.
Launched in September 2012, UK Feminista’s film shows that violence against women and girls is not inevitable.
The UK Human Rights Blog case table contains details of many reported UK human rights cases.