Neil Crowther of TPI explains how ‘Through the Equally Ours initiative … we have managed to enlist organisations such as Age UK and Women’s Aid to develop and run high impact, high reach communications campaigns in recent months’.
Polly Vizard, London School of Economics and Political Science, is drilling down into different aspects of inequality in London.
UKREN’s project worker, Anna De Mutiis, reflects on the ways in which Europe continues to reduce others to the status of de-humanised stereotypes and in doing so produce the tragedies which are now manifest on the Mediterranean and in Calais.
Diversity without inclusion is not enough The title of this blog was a key theme of a recent talk I was asked to give at the London Business School. The audience on the Executive education programme were a group of about 30 aspiring leaders from a number of global businesses. I started in the usual …
Joining-up social care policy-making and human rights Of late much has been made of a crisis in social care. Its current cost has become a focus of attention with predictions that care, as we have known it, will become unaffordable. These concerns appear in several forms – the need to encourage healthy eating and exercise …
Making rights real: joining-up is the only way to do it – while adapting to change of course The central theme of ‘Making rights real: joining-up is the only way to do it’, the paper I wrote with Jiwan Raheja in Beyond 2015, is the continuing importance of learning from the practice of others – …
Writing after the eletion, Runnymede’s Director, Dr Omar Khan, reflects on the results. Date: 31 May 2015
‘The emphasis on compassionate Conservatism gives us cause to hope the reforming Cameron with social justice at the heart of his mission, somehow lost in coalition and deficit reduction, is back’, writes Julia Unwin, Chief Executive of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Date: 8 May 2015
Fawcett’s blog looks at the gender representation of David Cameron’s new cabinet. Date: 11 May 2015
As the dust settles on the General Election, Sanchita Hosali from BIHR says that current debates about changing human rights law should be approached with caution. Date: May 2015