In June 2009, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), the Government Equalities Office and the Department for Work and Pensions published Monitoring update on the impact of the recession on various demographic groups.
The publication is the outcome of a joint programme of work that aimed to monitor the impact of the recession across the EHRC’s mandate groups of age, gender, race and disability. The EHRC also wished to explore how this recession was affecting the lowest qualified and most deprived in our society.
In June 2009, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published three documents on attitudes to economic inequality.
Click here for ‘Understanding attitudes to tackling economic inequality’ by Louise Bamfield and Tim Horton
Click here for ‘What are the implications of attitudes to economic inequality?’ by Brendan Barber, Eileen Devaney and Philippa Stroud
Click here for ‘Political debate about economic inequality: An information resource’ by Ruth Sheldon with Reg Platt and Naomi Jones
‘Gender variance in the UK. Prevalence, incidence, growth and geographic distribution’ was published by GIRES – the Gender Identity Research and Education Society – in June 2009.
The aims of the report include improving the evidence base about the likely extent and location of transphobic crime, and alerting providers and commissioners of healthcare to the growing needs among transsexual people for specialised medical services.
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In June 2009, Grandparents Plus published ‘The Poor Relation? Grandparental care: where older people’s poverty and child poverty meet’.
This is an interim report from a project funded by the Equality and Human Rights Commission which explores the intersection of older people’s poverty and child poverty around grandparental care, with a particular focus on groups who are already at risk of poverty.
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Stonewall’s report on ‘Religion and belief and sexual orientation. How to manage relations in the workplace’ was published on 1 June 2009.
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