Stonewall’s report, ‘Being the gay one: Experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual people working in the health and social care sector’, was published on 15 June 2007.
The final report from the Commission on Integration and Cohesion was published on 14 June 2007.
In May 2007, EDF produced a summary paper about how the relationship between the CEHR and the voluntary and community sector could most productively develop.
In June 2007, the End Violence Against Women campaign published a report ‘From the Outset: Why violence should be a priority for the Commission for Equality and Human Rights’.
In 2007, Stonewall published a report ‘Living together. British attitudes to lesbian and gay people’.
In 2007, the Disablity Rights Commission, The Equal Opportunities Commission and the Commission for Racial Equality agreed that a Single Equality Act would benefit greatly from a clause setting out its purpose and principles.
The European Commission’s thematic brochure, ‘Putting Equality into Practice’ (March 2007), focuses on positive action.
‘Women & Work Commission. Shaping a Fairer Future. A review of the recommendations of the Women and Work Commission three years on’ was published in 2009.
The Equalities Review published the Final Report of its investigation into the causes of persistent discrimination and inequality in British society in February 2007.
In November 2006. the Joint Committee on Human Rights published the results of an inquiry following public controversy aroused by three high-profile cases in May 2006.