The Equality and Human Rights Commission published a five-point plan for equality and human rights after Brexit in March 2017. The Commission encouraged all political parties to pursue five priorities to protect and promote equality and human rights in the UK.
The European Union published a report, ‘The meaning of racial or ethnic origin in EU law: between stereotypes and identities’, in February 2017. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the conceptual background of the ground of racial or ethnic origin as well as its practical interpretation by international as well as national courts.
In March 2016, The Trade Union Congress (TUC) published a short report on how Britain’s membership of the EU has led to significant improvements in the rights of women at work.
In a March 2017 article for PolicyBristol, Sue Cohen looks at the advancement of women’s rights under EU law – and what the UK must do in order to achieve gender equality.
Ebony Riddell Bamber, EDF Research and Impact Director, writes about our February 2017 Brexit and Equality seminar.
The Runnymede Trust and the University of Manchester’s Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity published briefings on ethnic inequalities in Bristol, in Manchester, and in Barking & Dagenham in January 2017.
The RSA Inclusive Growth Commission published its final report, ‘Making our economy work for everyone’, in March 2017. The report considers evidence reviewed by the Commission through the course of its inquiry, which included evidence hearings, written submissions, research visits, seminars and policy and citizen engagement.
Richard Corbett (Labour MEP for Yorkshire and Humber) has published a March 2017 article on continuing the fight for gender equality in post-Brexit Britain.
A year on from the launch of the official EU referendum campaigns, Prof Roberta Guerrina takes a look at the impact of Brexit on gender in the UK.
The Samaritans published their report Dying from Inequality in March 2017. The report noted that suicide rates were two to three times higher in the most deprived areas compared to the most affluent.