RightsInfo is pleased to announce it has signed up to the new Mental Health Reporting Charter, which aims to promote responsible reporting of mental health issues.
Last week, the Supreme Court made an historic ruling, in which it said that local authorities are liable for the actions of the foster parents under their watch.
RightsInfo is delighted to announce the appointment of our first ever full-time creative director, Sarah Wishart.
UPDATE: Fight hate with human rights To fight the rise of far right hatred we need to increase support for human rightsEXCITING UPDATE on our new campaign. Find out more … Continued
We are delighted to announce that Natalia Rymaszewska has just joined the RightsInfo team as Interim Chief Executive, covering Julia Kirby-Smith for 6 months of maternity leave.
The UK’s most exciting and innovative digital human rights charity is seeking up to three volunteer illustrators to create captivating imagery for its award-winning volunteer-written social justice content.
Robert is ‘as young as he feels’ and is from Kensington. He lives with a learning disability and works for The Advocacy Project.
RightsInfo started out in April 2015 with just a dozen volunteer writers helping our Founder, Adam Wagner, in writing engaging, easy-to-understand articles and resources about human rights.
Pandora is 72 and from Pimlico. She lives with a learning disability. You can see an easy read version of this post here. I love quizzes and enjoy reading. I’m part of … Continued
Kieran is 27, from Kent and has lived experience of mental health problems. He is part of The Advocacy Project’s “Different Voices” group. You can see an easy-read version of this … Continued