In May 2010, the Equality Challenge Unit published updated guidance: ‘Trans staff and students in higher education’.
Transitions provides recruitment and work placement services to employers and to professional people who have become refugees in the UK.
‘Who moved my samosa?’ from brap is a short and punchy introduction to resolving competing equality claims.
On 13 January, Acas published guidance to coincide with the Government’s confirmation that the Default Retirement Age is to be phased out between 6 April and 1 October 2011.
‘Making written information easier to understand for people with learning disabilities: Guidance for people who commission or produce Easy Read information’ was published in November 2010.
The second edition of ‘Understanding and monitoring tension and conflict in local communities. A practical guide for local authorities, police service and partner agencies’ was published in 2010.
On 2 September 2010, the EHRC and the British Chambers of Commerce published a quick and easy guide to help employers ensure they comply with equal pay laws.
In July 2010, End Violence Against Women (EVAW) produced a briefing on the Government’s proposals to provide for the anonymity of rape defendants.
In July 2010, the Equality and Human Rights Commission published ‘The United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities. What does it mean for you?’
In May 2009, the European Women’s Lobby Centre on Violence against Women published a lobbying kit ‘Towards a Strong Convention on all Forms of Male Violence against Women’.