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
Adam is 41, from Chelsea, and has lived experience of mental health problems. He is also sits on the board of trustees of The Advocacy Project. You can see an easy-read … Continued
RightsInfo turns two today! 🎉 In celebration of our second birthday, we’re taking a look back at a few of our biggest milestones. Our second year has seen many big … Continued
The Prime Minister has called a snap election for 8th June, saying we need to stop “political game-playing” ahead of Brexit. As we wait for each party to publish its manifesto, … Continued
RightsInfo is delighted to announce the appointment of its first full-time Chief Executive, Julia Kirby-Smith, a multi award-winning broadcast journalist and digital media specialist. Julia has over 14 years’ experience … Continued
It has been a tumultuous year for human rights in the UK and worldwide. Here are some of our top human rights stories of 2016. Happy new year to all.
It’s Human Rights Day 2016! Each year, Human Rights Day commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This year, … Continued