Commissioned report by Equality and Human Rights Commission that aims to identify and review:
• Quantitative and qualitative evidence of religious discrimination
• Any evidence about whether religious discrimination is increasing or decreasing
• Any differences in evidence between England, Wales and Scotland
• ‘Islamophobia’ as a frame of reference for discrimination against Muslims
• Gaps in the existing research and statistical evidence.
The Scottish Human Rights Commission has developed training and awareness raising resources relating to the care and support of older people.
This project aims to empower people to understand their human rights, and increase the ability and accountability of those who have the duties to respect, protect and fulfil rights.
Part of the Glasgow School of Social Work Research series, this IRISS podcast features Professor Roy McConkey, University of Ulster, speaking about the promotion of social inclusion of people with learning disabilities.
The purpose of the Scottish Legal Action Group is to promote equal access to justice in Scotland. Accordingly, the Group seeks to improve and advance Scots law for the benefit of those members of society who are economically, socially, or otherwise disadvantaged.
A short overview of the rights of 'persons with reduced mobility' when traveling by air. It explains the steps that may taken to ensure a smooth journey.
This film is based on the work of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, uncompromising women’s rights leaders, who revolutionized the political and social condition of women in American society.
The Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance (SIAA) was set up as a result of the work undertaken by its predecessor, Advocacy 2000, a three-year project set up to look at the needs of the Advocacy Movement in Scotland, and how these could be supported in the future. The SIAA is devoted to the promotion, support and defence of Independent Advocacy in Scotland. It is a membership organisation that has the overall aim of ensuring that Independent advocacy is available to any vulnerable person in Scotland.
This guide is designed to assist officials in public authorities to implement the Human Rights Act 1998. It aims to raise your awareness of the different rights and freedoms protected by the Human Rights Act, and to demonstrate through actual examples, how to consider the potential human rights impact of the work of officials, whether they are delivering services directly to the public or devising new policies and procedures.
This web page by Deborah Kaplan, Director of the World Institute on Disability, discusses different ways of defining 'disability' and looks at the complex ways that persons with disabilities perceive themselves and their changing status in society. For models for defining disability are discussed in detail: the moral, medical, rehabilitation, and disability models. References and web links are given.
This resource provides a guide to the Human Rights Act 1998 and includes definitions of articles and terms in the Act.