Research reports 71-80

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Research report 71: All things being equal? Equality and Diversity in careers education, information, advice and guidance

front cover of research report 71This evidence based report focuses on young people across the equality strands, including gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief and groups including Gypsy, Roma and Travellers (GRT), young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) and teenage mothers.

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Research report 72: The impact of counter-terrorism measures on Muslim communities

The impact of counter-terrorism measures on Muslim communities coverThis independent, qualitative research looks at the impact of counter terror measures on Muslims in Britain, and if this was different from other people. It examines the diverse experiences of Muslims on the street and in the community, at ports and airports, and in mosques, schools and universities, as a result of counter terrorism measures.

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Research report 73: Religious discrimination in Britain - A review of research evidence, 2000-10

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In the autumn of 2010, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (the Commission) commissioned Professor Paul Weller to undertake a review of research on religious discrimination in Britain over the decade, 2000-10.

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Research report 74: Public authority commitment and action to eliminate targeted harassment and violence

Reasearch report 74: Public authority commitment and action to eliminate targeted harassment and violenceThis research shows that despite a slight decrease in the number of hate crimes, far too many people are still being targeted for crime and violence because of who they are.

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Research report 75: Monitoring equality - Developing a gender identity question

Research report 75 coverWe commissioned this research study to develop and cognitively test new gender identity questions that can be used by public bodies when carrying out equality monitoring, and that can be understood and answered by people who are transgender and non-transgender.

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Technical note: Measuring gender identity

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In this paper, we outline the process followed so far in developing questions on gender identity and gender reassignment and we report results from testing a suite of five questions on an online, self-completion survey.

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 See also: Summary document on how to collect information on gender identity


Research report 76: Developing the Children's Measurement Framework: Selecting the Indicators

Front cover of Developing the Children's Measurement Framework reportThe Measurement Frameworks are being developed by the Equality and Human Rights Commission to monitor and evaluate progress towards achieving equality and human rights in Britain. This report documents the next step in their development, to select a set of indicators for children and young people within each of the 10 domains of the Equality Measurement Framework.

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Research report 77: Opening up work: the views of disabled people and people with long-term health conditions

This report has been developed to support the launch of the 'Perfect Partnership' Working Better report. IFF Research Ltd were commissioned to conduct focus groups and in-depth interviews with disabled people and employers to find out how employers can be more inclusive.

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Research report 78: Disability-related harassment: the role of public bodies

Research report 78; Disability-related harassment: the role of public bodies A qualitative research reportThis research was designed to provide detailed information about disabled people's experiences and views of disability-related harassment and their perceptions of the role of public bodies. It was based on focus groups and in-depth interviews with a total of 87 disabled people, recruited on the basis of having experienced disability-related harassment in the previous three years.

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Research report 79: Older people's experiences of home care in England

Older people's experience in care home in EnglandThis research was commissioned as part of a formal inquiry into older people and human rights in home care in England. It is based on in-depth interviews with a cross section of 40 older people receiving home care arranged mostly through their local authority but also, in a small number of cases, privately. As well as exploring potential risks to human rights or failure to address them, the research was also concerned with good practice and the positive impact that home care can have on human rights for many older people.
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Research report 80: Older people and human rights in home care: a report of two surveys

Research report 80: Older people and human rights in home care: a report of two surveysThis research was carried out as part of a formal inquiry into older people and human rights in home care in England. The report presents findings from two surveys: one with local authorities and the other with organisations that provide home care. The surveys explored if human rights, in the broadest terms, were covered in commissioning, procurement, contract management, assessments and other activities related to home care services.
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