In October 2010, Oxfam published a discussion paper on ‘A Gender Perspective on 21st Century Welfare Reform’ by Janet Veitch with assistance from Fran Bennett.
The Institute of Education’s Centre for Longitudinal Studies ‘Millennium Cohort Study, Fourth Survey: A User’s Guide to Initial Findings’ was published in October 2010.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) published its ‘Good Relations Measurement Framework’ in the summer of 2010.
On 1 October 2010, Runnymede published ‘Ready for Retirement? Pensions and Bangladeshi self-employment’.
In July 2010 EDF published ‘Managing Competing Equality Claims’, a paper written for EDF by brap (a pan-equalities NGO).
‘Don’t forget the spending cuts! The real impact of Budget 2010’ by Tim Horton (Fabian Society) and Howard Reed (Landman Economics) was published in June 2010.
Research published in 2010 suggests that UK disabled children experience higher levels of poverty and personal and social disadvantage than other children.
‘Injustice. Why Social Inequality Persists’ by Danny Dorling was published by Polity Press in April 2010.
In March 2009, Patrick Grattan produced this short paper following on from discussions with EDF members on the impact of the recession on the equality and diversity agenda.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve wrote the first in a new series of Runnymede Perspectives that was published in January 2010.