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  • Know your Human Rights

    Know your Human Rights

    This new online tool from the British Institute of Human Rights aims to support people with mental health and/or mental health capacity issues, and their advocates, to find out more about human rights and to be able to raise issues in a health and care setting.

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  • Legal Support Project: Help with Transport Discrimination Claims

    Legal Support Project: Help with Transport Discrimination Claims

    The Equality and Human Rights Commission legal support project provides funding and legal assistance to help people who have experienced discrimination to pursue their claims and access justice. They now want to challenge transport operators when they have failed to act on their legal responsibilities.

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  • Further Reactions to the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill

    Following Disability Sheffield joining over one hundred organisations in signing an open letter to Ministers criticising the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill, more disabled people’s organisations are reacting to the Human Rights outrage.

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  • How Well is the Government Upholding your Human Rights?

    This is your opportunity to have a say on disabled people’s rights under the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

    FULL ARTICLE
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