The British Institute of Human Rights released their Joint Civil Society Report to the United Nations in September 2016. The report is to use when the UK undergoes its third Universal Period Review in April/May 2017.
The Runnymede Trust in partnership with academics at the Universities of Cambridge and Manchester launched their online project ’Our Migration Story: The Making of Britain’ in September 2016.
The Women’s Budget Group released an online resource, May Monitor, in September 2016. The project aims to track the actions of Theresa May’s Government and highlight whether they will help meet the promises made by her at the start of her premiership.
The Leadership Academy Programme (LAP), is a programme designed specifically for junior/middle level managers, who want to progress in their careers and have a disability or a long term health condition.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has joined forces launched Working Forward in September 2016, a new national initiative to support pregnant women and new mothers in the workplace.
Close the Gap is a partnership project working in Scotland on women’s participation in the labour market. The project works with employers, employees and policymakers to enable and encourage action to address the causes of women’s inequality at work.
In August 2016m, the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) launched Introducing the #RightApproach, a campaign to promote Human Rights in the third sector.
‘Call Full Time On Hate’ aims to unite football to tackle rising levels of hate in football and wider society.
Mind launched their campaign Life Support in 2016. The campaign aims to defend life support services which help many people with mental health problems live a full life and stay well.
The Law Society launched a campaign ‘End legal aid deserts’ in July 2016. The campaign calls for the government to urgently address the issue of areas without provision of housing legal aid.