Here you can find out about BIHR's Communities of practice (A platform for people to be heard on human rights issues affecting your life and work), how to have you voice heard in the inquiries into the Coronavirus response, and BIHR's views on key issues for people's human rights in law, policy and practice The issues we are concerned with reflect those of the people we work with and support, in particular:

  • rights to life, freedom from harm, liberty, family and private life (including relationships, choice and autonomy and where people live) and non-discrimination
  • the rights of people placed in vulnerable positions, including disabled adults and children, those with learning disabilities and Autism, older people, and other care and support needs
  • the rights of staff on the frontline delivering vital services and the expectations placed on them to make appropriate decisions in this situation, including those in social work, health, care, education and housing.