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Is Britain Fairer?

The state of equality and human rights in Britain.

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Is Britain Fairer? 2018 report

The state of equality and human rights in 2018.

This is the most comprehensive review of how Britain is performing on equality and human rights.

It provides a complete picture of people’s life chances in Britain today.

Read the full report
  • Crossing boundaries: working together to tackle regional inequality in England

    Our Deputy Chair Caroline Waters calls on mayors, councils, charities and businesses to help heal regional inequality in England. 

    Read Caroline's blog
  • People’s life chances increasingly restricted by their postcode

    Fairness and equality is a postcode lottery in England with those living in the North East, North West and West Midlands often being far worse off than those living in the rest of the country.

    Read the press release
  • Leaving no one behind

    Our Chief Executive, Rebecca Hilsenrath, talks about the launch of our state of the nation report on equality and human rights, Is Britain Fairer? 2018.

    Read Rebecca's blog
  • Britain in danger of becoming a two-speed society

    Britain’s most at-risk groups of people are in danger of being forgotten and becoming trapped in disadvantage.

    Read the press release

Last updated: 09 May 2019