For the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia 2012, European leaders sent a video message to LGBT teenagers.
In March 2012, Runnymede launched a new online history resource, tracking the key moments in the struggle for race equality between 1968 and 1988.
A podcast of the 2012 Jim Rose lecture – ‘A Tale of Tottenham: race, riots and the future’ – delivered by former government minister, Rt Hon. David Lammy MP is available on the LSE website.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) is blogging about the new JRF website ‘A Better Life: old age, new thoughts’.
In January 2012, the European Commission launched a special website dedicated to children and young people.
Podcasts are available of the Law Society symposium entitled ‘Realising Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in the UK’ that was held on 21 and 22 October 2011.
Podcasts from the Promoting Equality and Diversity Through Economic Crisis (PEDEC) series of workshops held in 2010 and 2011 are available online.
The Elderly Rights Source Database is an on-line resource brings together a comprehensive collection of laws and policy instruments relating to the human rights of older people.
As part of Runnymede’s Generation 3.0 project, which looks at ways to end racism in a generation, Runnymede commissioned a 15 minute fictional film about racism in Greater Manchester.
In September 2011, the Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) launched a new website tool to help people looking for advice about human rights to find assistance in their local area.