You can find all our most recent guides, including resources for people using mental health / capacity services and toolkits for staff working in services in our shop (here), where you can order FREE hard copies. To find out more about using human rights in health and social care, visit our hub here, which includes stories of positive change for individuals and how staff are changing decisions and cultures to be more rights-respecting.
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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New poster series on using human rights in practiceRead more
New video on using human rights to engage patient's in decisions about healthcareRead more
A new toolkit on human rights and hospital dischargeRead more
Handy wallet-sized pop-out cards with key info on your human rightsRead more
Posters about your human rightsRead more
An accessible booklet aimed at people with learning disability and/or autismRead more
A suite of toolkits on human rights aimed at mental capacity and mental health practitionersRead more
Booklets on human rights aimed at people using mental capacity or mental health services, or those supporting themRead 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