The Equality Commission's ‘Statement on Key Inequalities in Housing and Communities in Northern Ireland’ highlights our assessment of inequalities and differences in housing experiences faced by equality groups across the Section 75 equality categories in NI.
It reports key differences in the equality outcomes, and where possible the barriers, faced by equality groups in NI, for the period 2007 to 2015.
Equality and good relations are priority issues which should be protected and advanced as the UK exits from the European Union.
The Equality Commission has set out its recommendations in relation to the next Programme for Government
BREXIT: Our recommendations
Protecting and advancing equality and good relations as UK exits EU.
Commission reponse to UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty & human rights (pdf) - NEW
Equality Awareness Surveys
Social attitudes and perceptions of equality in NI and comparisons on attitudinal change.
Section 75 and Formal Investigations
Learn more about our Section 75 investigation procedure, formal investigations, and completed investigations.
The Commission conducted a formal investigation into the treatment of pregnant workers & mothers in NI workplaces.
Our Legal Work
See how we decide to which cases to support and how we review the law.
Gaps in equality law - NI / GB
Learn more about the widening gaps between equality law here and elsewhere in the UK.
Participation in Public Life
See our statement on key inequalities in public life in NI
See our statement highlighting our assessment of key inequalities and differences in employment in NI
Housing & Communities
See our statement on key inequalities in housing and communities in NI and our draft policy recommendations
See our statement highlighting educational challenges in NI and our policy priorities and recommendations