Creating a fairer Britain
22 February 2010
The Commission has launched new guidance for all public sector authorities to assist them in meeting their obligations in regards to providing goods, facilities and services to trans users.
20 February 2010
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has called for an independent review to urgently investigate more than 20 allegations that the Government knew of, and was complicit in, the torture of Britons being held abroad.
17 February 2010
The Commission is to launch a Construction Leadership Diversity Forum following the outcomes of its Race and the Construction Industry Inquiry. It is one of a number of measures developed by the Commission to help tackle racism and the under-representation of groups including ethnic minorities, women and disabled people.
17 February 2010
The High Court of Justice has ruled that the National Offender Management Service had failed to comply with disability and race laws in its treatment of foreign national prisoners.
16 February 2010
The Commission has warned the Government that it needs to take immediate action to bring its policy for body scanning passengers at UK airports within the law.
15 February 2010
British National Party members have voted to make changes to the party’s membership policies at an EGM held on Sunday 14 February 2010.
09 February 2010
The Equality and Human Rights Commission Scotland will today launch an in-depth Inquiry into human trafficking in Scotland with a particular focus on commercial sexual exploitation.
01 February 2010
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has written to the Celtic League responding to their concerns about derogatory comments made in the media about the Cornish.