A Rights-Based Analysis of Proposed Social Care Reforms in England, Scotland & Wales The British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) and the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) are working together to carry out a rights-based analysis of proposed adult social care reforms in England, Scotland and Wales. This work was commissioned by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to help inform their future programmes of work. As well as carrying out an evidence-based review using the PANEL human rights framework of key documents, the team is interested in the views of our 4 key stakeholder groups: people, communities, public bodies and policy professionals. We want to know what people think about the social care reform proposals in England and Wales. Will they enhance the human rights of people who draw on social care? Will they protect the human rights of people who work in social care? If you have 10 minutes to share your thoughts, please complete our short survey by the end of February. You can read more about this work on NDTi's website. They also recently discussed this project on their podcast, Talking Inclusion. You can listen to this episode here.