In September 2011, brap published a briefing paper ‘Reflections on 9/11. The “terror decade” and its implications for equalities’.
In August 2011, the EHRC launched a new online resource about human rights to help public sector bodies and organisations carrying out public functions and advocacy.
A briefing by the LSE’s Human Rights Futures Project explores the role of the Human Rights Act and the European Convention on Human Rights in phone hacking convictions.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission website provides details of the UN conventions that EHRC is responsible for monitoring and a ‘UN treaty monitoring scorecard’.
In July 2011, the Equality and Diversity Forum produced an update on the Legal Aid Bill written by Gay Moon, EDF’s Special Legal Advisor.
In May 2011, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) published ‘Human rights at home: Guidance for social housing providers’.
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.
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.
‘Who moved my samosa?’ from brap is a short and punchy introduction to resolving competing equality claims.
In 2010, brap produced an easy-to-read guide for civil society organisations looking to embed human rights principles into service delivery.