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Equality and Human Rights Commission report: Strategic plan 2019-22
@EHRC have published their strategic plan for 2019-2022, which explains how they will protect and promote equality and human rights
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Runnymede Trust and CLASS report: ‘We are ghosts’ – race, class and institutional prejudice
'Stop counterposing race and class', says the July 2019 report (pdf) from Runnymede Trust and CLASS. ‘We are ghosts’: race,
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HEAR London: Intersectionality in Immigration – 13 September 2019 (London)
How do we overcome structural barriers and unconscious bias to support intersectional migrants get access to rights and entitlements? Save
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Mind vacancy: Time to Change – media officer
Mind are recruiting a media officer to join their Time to Change communications team on fixed term contract until March
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Fawcett Society vacancy: Membership and fundraising officer
Fawcett Society are recruiting a membership and fundraising officer on a full-time basis (open to job-share applications) on a permanent
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Action on Hearing Loss vacancy: Senior research and policy officer
Action on Hearing Loss are recruiting a senior research and policy officer on a permanent basis, in London. The deadline
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Government Equalities Office report: Gender equality at every stage
‘In the UK today women are, on average, more likely to enter the workforce with higher qualifications than men, but
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Runnymede Trust and TIDE report: Teaching migration, belonging, and empire in secondary schools
‘A new approach to teaching migration, belonging and empire is required to reflect changing classroom demographics’ This is from a
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Trades Union Congress petition: End sexual harassment at work
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) demand that the government brings a new law to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace
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Department for Education impact assessment: Period products scheme
The Department for Education have carried out an equalities impact assessment (pdf) for the period products scheme to provide access
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Gendering Brexit Blog

We've launched a Gendering Brexit blog series, where we invite experts and campaigners to write on the gendered impact of Brexit from a range of perspectives If you would like to contribute to the series, get in touch and email us at info@edf.org.uk 

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