This is the article "Educational Equality for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Children and Young People in the UK", authored by Brian Foster and Peter Norton, published in Volume 8 of The Equal Rights Review.
Race and Ethnicity
The Equal Rights Trust's written comments to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the case of Nadage Drozema et al v Dominican Republic (Case No: 12.688).
This is a case summary of the decision of the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Aksu v Turkey (Application nos. 4149/04 & 41029/04).
For those seeking greater equality in Kenya, this is a time of hope. In 2010, the people of Kenya seized the opportunity for national renewal presented in the wake of the 2008 post-election violence, and adopted a new Constitution that enshrined a strong right to equality. Coming at the end of a decade which saw the introduction of laws prohibiting discrimination on grounds of disability, race and ethnicity and HIV status, and on a range of grounds in respect of employment, the Constitution marked the largest improvement in Kenya's legal framework on equality and non-discrimination.
This is the ERT case summary of the European Court of Human Rights decision in European Roma Rights Centre V Portugal(application no. 61/2010). The Committee found there to be violations of Article E (Non-discrimination) in conjunction with each of Article 31(1) (Right to housing), 16 (Right of the family to social, legal and economic protection) and 30 (Right to protection against poverty and social exclusion) of the Revised Charter. The case summary sets out the reference details, facts, legal arguments and decision of the case.
ERT Case Summary: Eatock v Bolt (Application no.  FCA 1103)
This is a case summary of the European Court of Human Rights decision in Mizigarova v Slovakia (Application no. 74832/01).
This is the full text of the Swedish Constitution, enacted by the Swedish Parliament. It was adopted in 1974 and has been in force since 01/01/1975.
This document outlines the steps to present a claim on race discrimination in the field of employment in Great Britain. It takes into account the Race Discrimination employment law as at February 2010.