Demos published an analysis of anti-Islamic content on twitter in April 2017.
A gendered analysis both illuminates and complicates dominant explanations of the Brexit vote. A March 2017 article by Aida Hozic and Jacqui True highlights the neglected gendered dimensions of the Brexit vote.
The House of Commons Library published a report on the starting points of British and EU institutions at the beginning of the Article 50 process.
The government published a white paper on Brexit legislation in March 2017. The paper covered 12 key themes, including trade, immigration, expats and devolution.
The Runnymede Trust published a report on race and class in post-Brexit Britain in March 2017.
The Human Rights Consortium Scotland published a collection of Scottish civil society perspectives on the potential impact of Brexit in March 2017.
The House of Lords Constitution Committee published a report The ‘Great Repeal Bill’ and delegated powers in March 2017. The report set out recommendations for limiting constitutional risks posed by the Great Repeal Bill.
The TUC published an analysis of maternity pay in March 2017. Based on research from the International Network on Leave Policies and Research, the TUC found that British mothers get one of the lowest amounts of decently-paid maternity leave in Europe.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights published a report on integrating migrants, refugees and their descendants into the EU in March 2017. The report identified and compared policies across the EU in areas important for successful integration.
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.