What does your subscription include?
1. 10 issues of the journal, delivered to the destination of your choice
2. Access to the online service, which offers a fully comprehensive archive of all past issues
3. Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law which publishes annually
Who would benefit from EOR?
Subscribing readers' job types include: equality and diversity specialists at all levels, including advisors, managers and directors; human resources executives, managers and directors; legal services directors; solicitors; barristers; union officials.
Subscribing organisations include: companies of all sizes; law firms, including many city firms; unions; central government departments; local authorities; other public bodies; charities; universities.
What our subscribers say about us
“Throughout my last 16 years as an equal opportunities and diversity practitioner, Equal Opportunities Review has been my number one source of information for keeping fully up-to-date with external developments, trends and legislation. Its mix of monthly news round-up, features and legal updates is a completely invaluable tool for all professionals working in this field. Congratulations on your 25th anniversary, thanks for keeping me ahead of the game, and keep up this excellent work in the future!”
Andrew Wakelin, Senior Manager, Lloyd's Banking Group
“I think it is brilliant, I tear it open with enthusiasm and don't feel I know what is new or important unless I have read it in EOR. I genuinely read it cover to cover (which I don't do for anything else!) It is invaluable in my work as an equalities adviser, I couldn't run training or give advice without it.”
Di Parkin, Equalities Practitioner, Avon Fire and Rescue Service
“Where do I start? It is such a great publication I could write screeds in support. However, the main reasons I find it such a useful publication, in no particular order of preference, is as follows: The 'features' section gives incredibly good information. I always want to introduce, review, and evaluate the initiatives highlighted. The structure of the overall publication is very helpful, and engaging. For example, I like being able to go straight to key points and then am drawn into reading the article(s) in full. The case law is particularly useful for practitioners. This helps keep me updated on current legislation and is helpful to use for internal development training. The publication packs a lot in even whilst focusing on a particular equality strand. Showing the main contents on the cover makes it an easy reference if I am looking up a specific area, such as, age or race discrimination cases and learning points. I only hope the EOR carries on for another 25 years as organisations will be the poorer if publication stops.”
Equalities and Diversity Practitioner, Russell Group University