Creating a fairer Britain
Our report reveals that hundreds of thousands of disabled people regularly experience violence and bullying, much of which is going unrecognised by public authorities.
We are seeking your views on our proposed submission on the human rights elements of the four cases claiming religious discrimination.
Find out about our work to support the creation of the Equality Act 2010, including new guidance on the law that came into force from 1 October 2010.
Keep updated on our assessment of the extent to which the Treasury has met its legal obligations to consider the impact of Spending Review decisions on protected groups.
As an accredited National Human Rights Institution, we have been contributing to the Parliamentary debate about a Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for Britain to ensure protections currently provided by the Human Rights Act.
We have responded to a number of consultations issued by government departments and other agencies. See also our human rights submissions to national and international human rights bodies.
submitted our intervention to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on four cases relating to alleged religious discrimination in the workplace. Read more
The Commission has statutory powers to investigate and conduct inquiries and assessments into aspects of equality and human rights and make recommendations for change.
As part of our work to influence policy and legal developments, we produce briefing papers on issues of relevance to our work.
We use our enforcement powers in various ways including assessment, interventions, agreements and notices.
Key case summaries and developments in discrimination law.