Amnesty International UK published a report, Cuts That Hurt: The Impact of Legal Aid Cuts in England on Access to Justice, in October 2016.
The Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford published a briefing on educational outcomes among children with English as an additional language in July 2016.
The Social Mobility Advisory Group of Universities UK published its final report, ‘Working in partnership: Enabling social mobility in higher education’, in October 2016.
The Trades Union Congress published an analysis of official statistics from the ONS regarding the gender pay gap in October 2016. The analysis shows that women earn less than men annually at every stage in their careers. However, the gender pay gap is at its widest when a woman hits 50.
The Royal College of Nursing published research on caring for trans patients in November 2016. Its survey of more than 1,200 nursing staff across the UK found 87% of those nurses who have directly cared for a trans patient felt unprepared to meet the patient’s needs.
The Baring Foundation announced in October 2016 the launch of a second round of funding in two open funds under their Strengthening the Voluntary Sector programme launched in 2015.
The Justice Committee launched an inquiry into the implications of Brexit for the justice system in October 2016. The deadline for submissions passed on Friday 11 November 2016.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission published a report into recruitment in Britain in October 2016.
The European Commission published a report, ‘The Business Case for Diversity in the Workplace: sexual orientation and gender identity – Report on good practices’, in October 2016.
The Government published an independent review of the first Troubled Families Programme in October 2016. These independent reports make up the full evaluation of the first Troubled Families Programme which ran from 2012 to 2015.