Full report and evidence downloads

Download 'How fair is Britain?' the report of our first Triennial Review, as a complete 700-page volume, in three parts or chapter-by-chapter. The executive summary and supporting evidence can also be downloaded from this section.

You can also browse the summary interactively online.

If you wish to search the whole of the report, see our tips below on how to search a PDF file.

Easy Read summary: How fair is Britain?

Supporting evidence

The Triennial Review is supported by a number of related reports and submissions to our Call for Evidence.

View and download the supporting research reports

Read the Call for evidence and download the submissions archive

How to search for information within a PDF file

To open and read a PDF file you need to have Acrobat Reader - you can download this or get the latest version for free from Adobe's website. It is always worth using the most recent version that your system will allow in order to benefit from the latest enhancements.

Within Acrobat Reader there are a number of features that make it easier to find information within a document, for example:

  • Search for a word or phrase using the 'find' box on the toolbar at the top of the document
  • Use the page icon in the left hand menu to move easily between pages


Recent versions of Acrobat Reader have additional accessibility features, for example you can set up the Reader for either a screen magnifier or a screen reader. Choose Document > Accessibility Setup Assistant.

> find out more: what you can do in Adobe Reader

> having problems: contact Adobe Reader Help and Support

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