At BIHR we translate what human rights laws means for us in our everyday lives as individuals, public sector workers or charity and community groups. Check out some of our practical, plain language guides and factsheets which are free to download.
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A voluntary and community sector guide for using international human rightsRead more
Find out how human rights are relevant for older peopleRead more
A guide for teaching Citizenship through human rightsRead more
Find out how the Human Rights Act is relevant to carers and the people they care for.Read more
Find out more about BIHR's work to take human rights into communities, with creative and practical information,including real life stories from people and voluntary sector groups on why human rights matter.Read more
Co-produced with advocacy groups this guide shows how the rights and duties in the Human Rights Act can help strengthen support for people with mental health problems. It uses handy tables, flowcharts, case studies, and worked through examples.Read more
Find out what putting human rights at the heart of health and social care looks like in BIHR's The Difference it Makes, charting over ten years of our work with public and voluntary sector services.Read more
Find out how the Human Rights Act is helping people in everyday situations without having to resort to the courts.Read more
Find out about how the Human Rights Act can help you with advocacy in Human Rights for Community Groups, Raising a Human Rights Issue: tips and toolsRead more