Research and analysis

Is Britain Fairer? The state of equality and human rights 2015

Progress report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission on equalities and human rights.

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Is Britain Fairer Report

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The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has a statutory duty, under Section 12 of the Equality Act 2006, to monitor progress on equality and human rights in Britain.

The EHRC published its first report under this duty, entitled ‘How Fair is Britain?’, in October 2010. ‘Is Britain Fairer?’ is the follow-up report to this and sets out developments since 2010.

Further documents, including the supporting evidence and accessible versions of the report, are available from the EHRC’s website.

Published 11 November 2015