In August 2013, the EHRC in Scotland released a report into inequalities in accessing Modern Apprenticeships, the Scottish Governments flagship training programme.
A report on ‘Women in the Workplace’ was published by the House of Commons Business, Innovation and Skills Committee in June 2013.
In 2013, the Institute of Employment Rights published three reports on changes to employment rights and representation.
In June 2013, Working Families launched a new campaign to help parents of disabled children find and stay in work.
The AESP National Equality Framework has been developed to help UK organisations identify and manage the elements and what should be included in their equality policies and equality practice.
‘Is the Work Programme Working for Single Parents?’ explores the experience of single parents on the Work Programme.
The House of Commons Business, Innovation and Skills Committee published its First Report on Women in Workplace in June 2013.
In June 2013, the EHRC published an updated briefing paper of statistical data in the UK relating to gender pay gaps.
The first report of the Liberal Democrat Task Force on Race Equality recommends maintaining the wider role of the EHRC and opposing all attempts to weaken the Equality Act.
The National Equality Standard, launched in 2013, is sponsored by Ernst & Young in partnership with 18 other UK and global companies. It is supported by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) and the CBI.