EHRC Good Relations Measurement Framework

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) published its ‘Good Relations Measurement Framework’ in the summer of 2010.

Since 2009, the EHRC has been developing a Good Relations Measurement Framework (GRMF), following the earlier development of an Equality Measurement Framework. The report, by Andrea Wigfield and Royce Turner, outlines the Good Relations Measurement Framework which comprises four key domains and associated indicators. These have been arrived at through a complex methodological process involving a quantitative review, focus groups and stakeholder discussions. The four domains which have been selected to measure good relations are: attitudes; personal security; interaction with others; and participation and influence. The report discusses the reasons for the selection of each domain and indicator in detail, considers how well these can be measured by existing surveys and points to the gaps in the evidence.

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