FREE Mental Health and Human Rights learning event
Thursday 22 September 10am-4pm
The British Institute of Human Rights invites you to a free learning event on 29th September about mental health, mental capacity and human rights. The event is open to anyone working on mental health or mental capacity. Whether you work in service design or delivery, for an advocacy or support group, as a regulator, Commissioner or for a national organisation, come along and discuss how a human rights approach could help improve services in your local area.
Through discussion and activities the event will cover:
- an introduction to human rights and the Human Rights Act
- key rights for mental health/mental capacity
- using human rights in your work
- a local action plan on improving mental health/mental capacity services
To secure your free place, book via our website here.
If you are not able to attend but know someone who might be interested, please pass this information on to them.
The event is part of a project run by BIHR and our pilot services called Delivering Compassionate Care: Connecting Human Rights to the Frontline (funded through the Department of Health grants stream). The project is looking at how human rights can help ensure people using mental health/mental capacity services are treated with dignity and respect.
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