Open Access Workshops: Human Rights in Children's Inpatient Mental Health Services September 2021 As part of BIHR’s Human Rights in Children’s Inpatient Mental Health Services project, funded by NHSE England, we are offering 5 open access free human rights workshops. These workshops are for children, young people, parents, loved ones, self/advocates and lived experience groups. Click here to go straight to workshop registration What are the workshops about? The workshops are about human rights when accessing Children and Young People's Mental Health Inpatient Services. On each workshop you will: Find out how the Human Rights Act protects your rights Focus on some key human rights in relation to Children and Young People’s Mental Health Inpatient Services Have opportunities for group discussion. Who are the workshops for? For children and young people accessing Children and Young People’s Mental Health Inpatient Services and their loved ones, carers or supporters. How will the workshop be delivered? Each workshop will be delivered online via Zoom. It will be an interactive session with opportunities for questions and discussions. Each session will be delivered by a member of BIHR staff and a Lived Experience Expert Consultant. How many people can attend each workshop? Each workshop will have 30 available places. How many workshops will there be? We plan to run 5 open access human rights workshops but may deliver additional workshops if there is enough interest. Each workshop will have the same content so you only need to come to one. What dates are the workshops on? The first workshop will be on Tuesday 2nd November at 10:30am. There will be more information about other dates soon. Please email [email protected] if you would like to be informed about future dates. How do I register to attend a workshop? You can register for the workshop on Tuesday 2nd November here What else do I need to know? In the workshops we will be discussing real life situations that may potentially be traumatic. Real life stories are a really useful way to learn about human rights but this can sometimes be upsetting. We can not give legal advice or casework in the workshops.