The British Institute of Human Rights works with regulators to support organisations and their staff to better understand their duties on human rights and equality and put these into policy and practice.

Our work includes:

Care Quality Commission (2015-2017)

Developing and delivering the Care Quality Commission's Equality and Human Rights Learning Programme for the whole staff team. This involves:

  • human rights audit of current learning
  • a mandatory training programme for all inspection staff on how to put the CQC's new human rights approach to regulation into registration and inspection
  • a mandatory training programme for all non-inspection staff on the CQC's new human rights approach to regulation
  • a e-module on unconscious bias in the regulation of health and social care
  • an accredited learning programme Human Rights Leads, specifically developed and administered by BIHR on human rights and equality in the regulation of health and care
  • a series of online learning materials
  • A 5 part webinar series 

A County Council (2014-2017)

Developing and delivering the training programme for adult social care staff on human rights. This include

  • Human rights in adult social care
  • Exploring bias in adult social care
  • What the Human Rights Act means for practice
  • Links to other legal frameworks, including the Mental Capacity Act, the Care Act and safeguarding