‘What to do if you’re worried about racism: EU referendum factsheet’ was published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) in July 2016.
The Trade Union Council released a press release on 13 July 2016 following polling they had conducted on voters’ opinions on Brexit. The poll showed that both Remain and Leave voters supporting maintaining vital rights like maternity leave (73% of Remain and 69% of Leave voters) and maintaining protection against discrimination at work (80% of Remain voters and 77% of Leave voters).
The Fundamental Rights Agency published their opinions from their 2016 report in June 2016. This short publication condenses FRA’s views on current challenges in the EU fundamental rights field, noting both progress made and persisting obstacles.
‘Creating more Equal Societies – What Works?’ was published by the European Commission in June 2016.
In June 2016, the European Commission published ‘Effective Roma integration measures in the Member States 2016’.
The Scottish Human Rights Commission published a paper in June 2016 by Dr Tobias Lock on ‘The Human Rights Implications of the European Union (EU) Referendum’. The Commission has also published a statement introducing and accompanying the paper.
A paper on ‘UK Disabled People and their Families – Stronger and Safer inside the EU’ argues that the lives of UK disabled people and their families have been improved through membership of the EU.
This January 2016 report from British Future reveals that the male-dominated Leave and Remain campaigns are failing to engage female voters.
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.