"Interview: Replacing the Patchwork – a New Cloth for Equality? ERT talks with Barbara Cohen and John Wadham about recent developments in British equality law" appears in The Equal Rights Review (vol.1).
The Equal Rights Review, Volume One (2008) containing:
Dimitrina Petrova, A Right to Equality Integral to Universal Human Rights: Editor’s Welcome to The Equal Rights Review
Jarlath Clifford, Locating Equality: from Historical Philosophical Thought to Modern Legal Norms
Paola Uccellari, Multiple Discrimination: How Law Can Reflect Reality
Patrick Delaney, Legislating for Equality in Colombia: Constitutional Jurisprudence, Tutelas, and Social Reform
Claude Cahn, Slums, the Right to Adequate Housing and the Ban on Discrimination
The text of the Equality Act Regulations 2006 on Sexual Orientation, adopted in Northern Ireland. It was adopted on 8 November 2006 and has been in force since 1 January 2007.
The final report of the Equalities Review, the body established to carry out an investigation into the causes of persistent discrimination and inequality in British society. The report sets out steps which can be taken in order to better tackle persisting inequalities in Britain.
This is a Government of the United Kingdom White Paper setting out the Government’s vision for the implementation of a new Commission for Equality and Human Rights in Britain.
The Equal Rights Trust's country overview on the United Kingdom.
Dear Mr Phillips,
The Equal Rights Trust welcomes the establishment of the Commission for Equality and Human Rights. The need for a central independent and influential organisation to provide guidance and authority on non-discrimination and human rights has long been recognised in Britain.