The ESF-Age Network consists of public authorities from 16 EU-member states and regions.
On 7 April 2011, the Government launched the Red Tape Challenge on a website ‘challenging the public to help us cut unnecessary regulations’.
The World Bank eAtlas of Gender allows users to map and graph dozens of gender indicators over time and across countries.
Launched in September 2012, UK Feminista’s film shows that violence against women and girls is not inevitable.
The Evidence Finder website brings together equality evidence across a wide range of areas, allowing users to find evidence by policy area and by equality characteristic.
‘My Life As A Refugee’ is a simple to use free application that lets players contemplate the same life-changing decisions refugees make trying to survive, reach safety, reunite with loved ones and re-start their lives.
In June 2012, EDF launched a new section of its website containing a range of resources to help organisations and individuals use the Public Sector Equality Duty.
For the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia 2012, European leaders sent a video message to LGBT teenagers.
In March 2012, Runnymede launched a new online history resource, tracking the key moments in the struggle for race equality between 1968 and 1988.
A podcast of the 2012 Jim Rose lecture – ‘A Tale of Tottenham: race, riots and the future’ – delivered by former government minister, Rt Hon. David Lammy MP is available on the LSE website.