In May 2016, the TUC published a briefing on the risks of Brexit in relation to disability rights explaining how the EU improves disability rights.
Disabled People Stronger In is a Facebook page that was set up to make the case for disabled people and their families to vote for Britain to Remain in the European Union on 23rd June 2016.
This explainer sets out Europe’s legal systems in relation to human rights and ‘helps to disentangle some of the issues relating to a complex and fragmented UK human rights framework that draws on two separate European legal systems’.
In March 2016, EUmatters published an article on Brexit and working women’s rights.
Voxter released a February 2016 survey on Brexit with polls suggesting that the final vote will be very close.
This January 2016 report from British Future reveals that the male-dominated Leave and Remain campaigns are failing to engage female voters.
CharterClick! is a two-year project funded by the European Union. The Equality and Diversity Forum is an associate partner of the project.
The Gender Equality Index provides a comprehensive measure of gender equality, tailored to fit the EU policy context.
‘Introducing a Comprehensive Directive on Care in the European Union: Elements for Further Discussion’ by Maria Cristina Dos Santos Pereira was published in June 2015.
Published by the the European Anti Poverty Network, the ‘Explainer on Poverty and Inequality in the EU’ sets out to provide a simple introduction to the poverty debate.