The following information came through to me, and I thought that it was worth sharing for those of you with an interest in the work of the EHRC.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) maintains a research database. Four times a year, in March, June, September and December, newsletters are emailed to database members. These provide information about our most recent research and inquiry reports across the protected characteristics and human rights. Our most recent newsletter, for example, included descriptions of new research reports on the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED), measuring ethnicity and disability pay gaps and access to justice. It also included information about new EHRC corporate documents and guidance and policy briefings. Each newsletter lists our ongoing research projects and provides details of all our research publications since the establishment of the EHRC in 2007. It also includes a new or revised reading list (or occasionally more than one reading list) on a particular issue or protected characteristic; recent topics have included equal pay and pay gaps, flexible working, housing, the PSED, sex discrimination, sexual orientation and welfare reform.