‘The really simple guide to Humanism’ is an online learning resource that has been created to help the wider public understand Humanism.
In 2010, the General Synod of the Church of England published ‘Choosing Bishops – The Equality Act 2010’.
Published in 2011 by Stonewall, ‘Straight Allies. How to help create gay-friendly workplaces’ covers the critical role straight people play in creating gay-friendly workplaces.
‘Guidance on matters to be taken into account in determining questions relating to the definition of disability’ was published by the Office for Disability Issues in May 2011.
‘The Practitioners Guide on Migration and International Human Rights Law’ analyses the protection afforded to migrants by international law and the means to implement it at national and international levels.
Following the introduction of the Equality Act 2010, EDF in partnership with the Government Equalities Office produced a series of ‘quick start’ guides outlining the key changes in the law made by the act.
In May 2011, Jonathan Cooper of Doughty Street Chambers gave a presentation to the Equality and Diversity Forum on the EU Charter on Fundamental Rights.
In March 2011, TAEN published guidance for employers and employees on working without a fixed retirement age.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s new codes of practice on employment, services and equal pay came into force on 6 April 2011.
The Handbook on European non-discrimination law, jointly produced by the European Court of Human Rights and the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency, is a comprehensive guide to non-discrimination law and relevant key concepts.