The Elderly Rights Source Database is an on-line resource brings together a comprehensive collection of laws and policy instruments relating to the human rights of older people.
As part of Runnymede’s Generation 3.0 project, which looks at ways to end racism in a generation, Runnymede commissioned a 15 minute fictional film about racism in Greater Manchester.
In September 2011, the Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) launched a new website tool to help people looking for advice about human rights to find assistance in their local area.
In September 2011, the EHRC published a set of training and education resources to help teach equality and human rights.
Clearkit is an online resource to help employers recruit disabled people.
The ‘Work and Mental Health’ section of the Royal College of Psychiatrists website provides information for workers, employers, clinicians and carers.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission website provides details of the UN conventions that EHRC is responsible for monitoring and a ‘UN treaty monitoring scorecard’.
The June 2011 issue of ENARgy – The European Network Against Racism’s webzine – is a special edition on the International Year for People of African Descent.
‘The really simple guide to Humanism’ is an online learning resource that has been created to help the wider public understand Humanism.
Runnymede’s film, ‘Number Games – Race Equality and the Big Society’ is available to watch on the Runnymede website.