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Hidden in Plain Sight

‘Hidden in plain sight’ is the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s final report of their inquiry into disability-related harassment. The report uncovers that harassment is a commonplace experience for disabled people, but a culture of disbelief and systemic institutional failures are preventing it from being tackled effectively. As well as reporting on the extent of harassment the report also includes case studies and makes recommendations to public authorities to help them deal with the problems uncovered.

Full report

Executive summary

Easy read

Scotland: executive summary

Out in the open

A Manifesto for change

This follow up to Hidden in plain sight sets out the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s final recommendations.

Full report

Easy read

Research report 90

Crime and Disabled people – Baseline statistical analysis of measures from the formal legal inquiry into disability-related harassment

This report presents the analysis of crime surveys in England and Wales and in Scotland, focusing on disability-related crime and crime experienced by disabled people.

Research report 90

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