In April 2013, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) published guidance to help employers manage and support employees affected by domestic abuse,
In January 2013, Stop Hate UK launched a new 24 hour helpline service, Stop Learning Disability Hate Crime, in England and Wales.
EVAW is campaigning to ensure that girls are safe and that work is done to tackle harmful attitudes, and has produced a ‘Schools Safe 4 Girls campaign pack’.
‘The Hidden Face of Gender Inequality’ from Welsh Women’s Aid shows how to use equality objectives to prevent violence against women.
In February 2012, Disability Rights UK with the Office for Disability Issues published guidance for local disabled people’s organisations to support them in reporting incidents of hate crime to the police.
In October 2011, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) published ‘Gender-based violence against women – an EU-wide survey’.
In July 2011, the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) published ‘The legal implications of multiple discrimination’.
The Pocket Guide to Hate Crime, produced by the LGBT National Youth Council in 2011, has information on how to identify and deal with hate crime.
‘From Rights to Action: Using International rights and mechanisms on violence against women in the UK’ was published in 2011 by Rights of Women.
The second edition of ‘Understanding and monitoring tension and conflict in local communities. A practical guide for local authorities, police service and partner agencies’ was published in 2010.