Runnymede’s report ‘Fair’s Fair – Equality and Justice in the Big Society’ examines the attitudes and concerns of residents and community groups regarding the Big Society.
‘Citizen Power in Peterborough: one year on’ documents the progress of the Citizen Power project.
‘Race to Progress: Breaking Down Barriers’ investigates the levels of ambition among British workers from a BAME background and reveals the barriers preventing them from achieving those ambitions.
The EHRC website has a section bringing together research and policy papers about the implementation of (current or previous) equality duties across a range of organisations.
In July 2011, the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) published ‘Religion and belief in HE: the experiences of staff and students’.
In 2011, the Human Rights and Social Justice Research Institute at London Metropolitan University held a series of public seminars on ‘Human rights and social justice in an age of austerity’.
The Office for Budget Responsibility’s ‘Fiscal sustainability report’ suggests that an ageing population will put pressure on public finances in the long-term.
‘Combating discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity. Council of Europe standards’ was published by the Council of Europe in 2011.
A report by UN Women shows that in many countries of the world, the rule of law still rules women out.
On 14 July, the Law Commission published its report with recommendations on ‘Public Services Ombudsmen’.