‘One Hundred Days for Early Action: Time for Government to put prevention first’ was published by the Early Action Task Force in 2015.
This paper deals with the current impact of inequalities upon ethnic minorities
The police already knew that Marc Chivers was a violent man and that he was a particular threat to women. In the past he had been convicted of the killing of a girlfriend, and had served time for assault against Maria Stubbings. When he was released from prison they assessed Maria as being at high …
Meet Charles, and see the contrast between the life he has now to the life he has lived. He’s not ‘loving later life’, because he is being ignored, neglected and forgotten. Human rights give people the power to challenge poor care, and they apply to all of us, whatever our age. We’ve partnered with …
In April 2015, IDRICS published four reports on bridging the gap between policy and practice.
In March 2015, the European Parliament adopted its Annual report on human rights and democracy in the world.
‘Children with disabilities: targeted violence and hostility’ is a project of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights looking at hostility, including violence, towards children with disabilities across the EU.
This report reviews research on what additional actions could be implemented to make London more age-friendly.
The Protection Gap campaign is based on the idea that women seeking asylum should have the same rights as other women.
In 2015 Bright Blue published ‘A centre-right plan on immigration from decision makers and opinion formers’ and ‘A manifesto for immigration’.