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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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Out now, our new advocacy toolkit: Mental Health, Mental Capacity and Human RightsRead more
This interactive tool for introducing human rights in healthcare learning has been developed by the British Institute of Human Rights to help build basic knowledge on human rights through education and training in NHS organisations.Read more
This Guide has been developed to support those working in end of life care deliver care services that respect human rights.Read more
This Guide has been developed support nurses to deliver health services that respect human rights.Read more
This Guide has been developed to support midwives to deliver maternity services that respect human rights.Read more
Check out our eBook, a whistle stop tour of the Human Rights Act.Read more
The Special Anniversary edition of our newspaper – Human Writes.Read more
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