From May 2017, the British Humanist Association (BHA), the national charity representing non-religious people in the United Kingdom and the Crown dependencies, is known as Humanists UK.
Tracey Agyeman – our Network Coordinator – invites you to help co-create an Equality and Human Rights learning programme.
We’re developing an Equality and Human Rights Framework: a free digital tool and learning programme for voluntary and community sector (VCS) organisations.
It’s designed to explore how equality and human rights can help achieve your organisation’s core purpose – and how to build equality and human rights into your work.
We want to co-create the learning programme with VCS organisations so that together, using human rights and equality, we can strengthen our sector’s voice.
Liz Shannon – our Parliamentary and Policy Advisor – shares the latest members update on our Brexit work, including a background briefing.
We have written to the four main political parties setting out our agreed position on Brexit. Continue reading “Our Position on Brexit and the General Election”
At the end of last year, the UK was found guilty of grave and systematic violations of disabled people’s rights.
Inclusion London are supporting disabled Londoners to make sure their voices are heard in the June general election – with a series of resources published in May 2017. Continue reading “Inclusion London guide: Why this General Election Matters to Disabled People”
The Mental Welfare Commission have published a May 2017 guide to ensure mental health patients have their human rights respected at key points in their treatment.
The guide – called Rights in Mind (pdf) – is a practical document that lists people’s rights when they are first admitted to hospital, when they are on the ward, when they are discharged and when they are treated in the community.