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Is Wales Fairer?

February 20th 2015

The Bevan Foundation worked with the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to assess whether Wales is fairer than in 2010.  iwf_cover

EHRC has a statutory duty to monitor progress towards equality and human rights and to report on this progress every five years. The first report How Fair is Wales? was published in 2011.  The 2015 report was published in December, and identifies 7 major challenges facing Wales.

The report is available on EHRC’s website in English and in Welsh, as PDF and Word files.

The findings will inform EHRC’s strategic plan, those of the Welsh and UK Governments, andwill also  influence the priorities of other organisations.

 

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