BIHR's innovative work on human rights in health and care has been funded via grants and donations from a range of organisations. We use a co-production model, partnering with organisations working in the field. Most recently, major projects have worked with:

  • Human Rights in Healthcare toolkits for practitioners, funded by a grant from the EHRC. We partnered with –
    • Midwifery: Royal College of Midwives; Birthrights
    • End of Life Care: Sue Ryder
    • Nursing: Royal College of Nursing

  • Care and Support: A Human Rights Approach to Advocacy, a three year project working with mental health/mental capacity advocates and support workers, funded via a grant from the Department of Health. We partnered with –
    • WISH
    • BHA Leeds Skyline
    • Mind in Brighton and Hove
    • NSUN
    • n|compass
    • Healthwatch Blackburn with Darwen

  • Delivering Compassionate Care: Connecting Human Rights to the Frontline, a three year project funded via a grant from the Department of Health. Our pilot services were –
    • Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
    • St Martin of Tours
    • St Aubyn’s Centre
    • Mersey Care Learning Disability Service
    • Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust
    • Bristol City Council
    • Bristol Dementia Wellbeing Service

  • Hospital Discharge and Human Rights, a short project funded by a grant from Skills for Care. We partnered with St Martin of Tours to produce a toolkit on hospital discharge.

  • Human Rights and Advocacy, a short project funded by the Evan Cornish Foundation. We worked with health and well-being advocates in the north-east of England to produce a short guide.