Turner, Royce and Wigfield, Andrea (2010) Good Relations Measurement Framework: Research Report 60. Research Report. Equality and Human Rights Commission, Manchester.

The Good Relations Measurement Framework aims to produce a set of indicators that collectively paint a comprehensive picture of the current state of good relations in Great Britain, as well as separately for England, Scotland and Wales, and in individual localised areas.Good relations is a developing concept. It started as a responsibility for local
government and the Commission for Racial Equality under the 1976 Race Relations
Act and has now been extended by the Equality Act 2010 to other diversity strands:
age; disability; gender; religion and/or belief; sexual orientation; transgender; as well
as race. The GRMF, which has been developed to provide a set of indicators by
which society’s progress towards good relations can be measured, intends to cover
all of these as well as social class/socio-economic status.

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