Members of the public should not underestimate their role in tackling anti-Muslim prejudice during their daily lives, says a 2016 annual report from Tell MAMA, in November 2017.
Female lone parents, who make up 92% of all lone parents, will lose on average services worth over £4,900 (over 10% of their standard of living). Black women are overrepresented among single parent households.
This is according to a 2017 October report from the Women’s Budget Group, Runnymede Trust, RECLAIM and Coventry Women’s Voices.
The Scottish Government has published a July 2017 consultation paper asking for views on how public authorities can meet the requirements of the new socio-economic duty.
It is time to look again at Personal Independence Payment (PIP), finds a July 2017 report by the National AIDS Trust.
Living with a disability or long-term condition like HIV increases the risk of financial exclusion and can have a significant impact on finances, finds a July 2017 report by the National AIDS Trust.
In a June 2017 position paper, Just Fair and Doctors of the World identify data-sharing between NHS and the Home Office as a threat to patients’ human rights.
The Department of Health and Care Quality Commission have published information on the Quality Matters initiative. This initiative, launched in July 2017, aims to improve adult social care.
The Runnymede Trust and partners have launched a May 2017 Manifesto for Race Equality in Britain to ensure BME voices are heard.
Two years ago, the previous Committee of Public Accounts reported on the Department of Health’s efforts to move people with a learning disability out of mental health hospitals and into the community. In April 2017, the acting Committee published a report on current local support.
The Joint Committee on Human Rights launched an inquiry into mental health and deaths in prison in December 2016. An interim report was published in April 2017.