In December 2015, the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) published ‘The Freedom of Thought Report 2015’.
EDF and some of its members responded to the call for evidence by the Commission on Freedom of Information to oppose any weakening of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
A House of Lords Library Note on ‘The Future of Legal Aid’ was published in December 2015.
This seminar was a first opportunity for the research community to hear about and respond to ‘Is Britain Fairer?’
To celebrate Human Rights Day 2015, the Equality and Diversity Forum’s Equally Ours project launched a new Rights for Life webpage.
A letter from the Equality and Diversity Forum and 150 other organisations marking International Human Rights Day was published in the Times newspaper on 10 December 2015.
A ‘Handbook on European law relating to the rights of the child’ was published by the EU Fundamental Rights Agency and the Council of Europe in November 2015.
The report of the inter-departmental ministerial group on modern slavery was published in October 2015.
Scotland believes in equality for all. One Scotland celebrates the progress already made on equality whilst recognising the work still to be done to achieve a truly inclusive society.
In 2015, the Scotland legal team of the Equality and Human Rights Commission launched ‘equality : online’, a series of legal webcasts for practitioners, advisers and academics.