OUR WORK WITH COMMUNITIES We do this through human rights support and coaching change model working collaboratively with groups to build their capacity to use human rights as an advocacy tool. Our activities include mapping of social justice issues to human rights standards, tailoring human rights learning and development support, focusing on skills and confidence-building, actional planning, co-developing resources and tools to sustain and change through human rights, and peer mentoring and networking. Our 2020-2025 Strategic Framework has the following objectives for our work with communities, which we will be focusing on over the five years: Develop change programmes with community groups to make best use human rights advocacy for change in their area or interest. Work with other voluntary sector groups to develop a human rights approach internally, to inform their policy and practice in seeking to achieve social justice using BIHR’s Traffic Light Assessment system. to benchmark progress against the human rights approach PANEL principles There is significant demand for our human rights advocacy support from community groups, and the wider voluntary sector. However, these organisations often face funding challenges themselves which prevents them from being able to fully utilise human rights advocacy for change. We are prioritising seeking grant-based funding which enables us to meet the needs of the groups and communities of interest we support. Find out more about our current activities here: LINKS CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED PLEASE CHECK BACK SOON!