Equality and Human Rights – Reading lists

02/07/2013 Equality and Diversity

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As a regulator, the Commission bases its decisions and policy making on a robust evidence / intelligence base. The Commission’s Library has drafted a selection of equality themed reading lists to support business projects and priorities. These lists cover our equality, human rights and good relations mandates, and our seven equality strands and are published for wider consumption:
Age
Disability
Equality Act 2010
Equal pay / pay gaps
Gender Diversity in Senior Management and Boards
Good relations / social cohesion
Human rights
Religion or belief
Sexual orientation
Trans

The Commission Library regrets that it is unable to supply copies of any of the items listed. However items may be obtained from the British Library inter-library loan service via public or academic libraries.

These reading lists include some links to other websites. The Commission cannot guarantee the reliability of those links nor the accuracy of information on other organisations’ websites.

http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/publications/our-research/reading-lists/

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