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Good research helps us understand what works and why it works.

 

Review of the Welsh Local Government Association's Equalities Unit

15/02/11
This report examines the value of the Equalities Unit to local authorities, and how far the support sustains Welsh Assembly Government policy aims on equalities in local government.
 

Facilitating cross-strand working

01/03/08
An overview of a unique project undertaken in Wales, funded by the Welsh Assembly and the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
 

Report on Programme of Activities to inform the Welsh Assembly Government Single Equality Scheme

01/03/08
The Welsh Assembly Government commissioned an independent company to run a programme of engagement activity from October 2007 to February 2008. This programme involved organisations and individuals across the equality strands of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, religion and beli ...
 
Advancing equality across the public sector in Wales

Equality Bill: Advancing equality across the public sector in Wales

14/02/08
The Welsh Government commissioned research earlier in 2009 about how a specific public sector duty about gender equal pay could be framed for public authorities in Wales.
 

Minority Ethnic Youth Forum Report

30/09/07
The Welsh Assembly Government has undertaken work to engage with minority ethnic young people in Wales. The document below provides information on the rationale for undertaking this work, research and its conclusions.
 

Review of Promoting Equality Fund

31/08/07
A review of the Promoting Equalities Fund and assessment of the way forward.
 

Final Report and Evaluation of Phase 3 of the Equal Pay Campaign in Wales

31/07/07
The primary objective of the Close The Pay Gap Campaign is to tackle discrimination in pay systems. This was identified as the main cause of the gender pay gap, a serious issue which has led to women being undervalued for equivalent work to men.
 

Muslim Women Talk Wales Project Report

30/06/06
The Welsh Assembly Government is keen to ensure all communities in Wales are listened to and engaged with.