OUR WORK WITH PEOPLE We do this through support sessions and producing practical information and tools are co-produced, working directly with people themselves, to make sure our support is rooted in people real life experiences. Our 2020-2025 Strategic Framework has the following objectives for our work with people, which we will be focusing on over the five years: Enhancing our human rights advocacy website Know Your Human Rights, responding to identified needs, keeping legal information updated, expanding beyond health and care, and seeking funding to support parallel pathways for staff and bodies with human rights duties. Updating our current suite of practical human rights support tools for people with care and support needs, their advocates and groups, and the and staff delivering frontline services, with new resources to fill gaps. Ensuring people who need our human rights support materials have them with online access, and reprints and distribution of hardcopies, working with larger institutions and groups whose members, clients, and staff need our resources. Deliver a human rights advocacy and approaches training calendar for people with care and support needs (and families and supporters); community and advocacy groups; and staff and bodies with human rights legal duties. This includes seeking funding to provide an annual free human rights training programme for people, community and advocacy groups across the UK. Develop BIHR’s website as a hub for information to support human rights advocacy and to continue to capitalise and grow our social media presence to share impact. The human rights issues we work on with people reach across the range of interactions with public bodies and services, including safeguarding, commissioning, health, care, social work, co-production, and much more. Find out more here. Find out more about our activities here: Find out more about the some specific focus issues we're currently working on here: Please note: BIHR does not provide legal advice or casework support to individuals. You can find more information about seeking legal help here.