The Equality and Human Rights Commission is aiming to tackle the significant under-reporting of LGB and T hate crime through raising awareness, offering support and building partnerships.
Published by the Equality Network, ‘Complicated?’ is the first UK research report to focus specifically on bisexual people’s experiences of accessing services.
In June 2015, LGBT Consortium with 30 of its member organisations launched a campaign centred on tackling Hate Crime across England and Wales.
A report on ‘Combating Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the European Union’ was published by the European Commission in 2015.
In May 2015 FRA published a focus paper on the fundamental rights situation of intersex people.
In May 2015, a series of trans health factsheets were launched by members of the National LGB&T Partnership in collaboration with cliniQ, Mermaids, TransForum Manchester, with support from Public Health England.
These five guides explain the changes introduced by the the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Act 2014, and how it relates to equality and human rights law.
This e-learning course was created to help healthcare and other staff understand the needs of gender nonconforming young people.
The publication addresses the impact of sexual orientation on job access and satisfaction, earning prospects, and interaction with colleagues.
In December 2014, the EHRC announced the launch of a project to tackle significant under-reporting of LGB and T hate crime.