On 4 June 2007, EDF and the End Violence Against Women campaign held a conference to discuss whether violence should be a priority for the Commission for Equality and Human Rights.
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 April 2007, the CEHR published its draft vision and mission for consultation. The Equality and Diversity Forum submitted its response in May.
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 Joint Committee on Human Rights published written evidence from the EDF as part of its 2007 report into the treatment of Asylum Seekers.
In May 2007, the Equality and Diversity Forum wrote to the Commission in response to its Interim Statement published in February 2007.
The European Commission’s thematic brochure, ‘Putting Equality into Practice’ (March 2007), focuses on positive action.