The British Institute of Human Rights invites you to attend a learning event on June 21st about human rights and mental health. The event is part of a project run by BIHR and partners which looks at how human rights can help ensure people using mental health/mental capacity services are treated with dignity and respect. The project is called ‘Care and Support: A Human Rights Approach to Advocacy’ (funded by the Department of Health).


This learning event will look at:

  • An introduction to human rights: values and context
  • An introduction to the Human Rights Act
  • Mental health and human rights: examples of good practice
  • Using human rights in practice

"An excellent training day. I have attended many similar but this was by far the best I have experienced. Thank you" 

- Patricia, health and social care worker 

"I will be able to use this in more ways than I could imagine. My eyes have truly been opened" 

- Independent Living Organisation employee

"The presenter was excellent, skilled, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. The time flew by and I was disappointed when the time came to go home! Thank you" 

- Julie, health and social care worker


The event is free to attend but places are limited and only open to those working on mental health or mental capacity for a third sector organisation.

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Booking for this event has now closed.