Rights Made Real

About Rights Made Real

Rights Made Real in Care Homes is an exciting new project, funded by the Life Changes Trust and delivered in partnership with Scottish Care and the University of the West of Scotland. The overall aim is to improve the quality of life of those living in a care home and to help support staff to not only recognise but embed human rights into their everyday practice.

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Latest Blog

The latest updates from project officer Verity Monaghan.

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Resources

Helpful information and links to make human rights real in your service.

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Rights Reflections

Stories, observations and reflections coming out of the projects.

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Rights Made Real Highlights

Rights Made Real Phase 1 Reports

A collection of stories from across the project sites with the aim of informing and supporting rights-based practice in all care home support

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Rights Made Real Phase 2 Workshops

Phase 2 of the Rights Made Real project will commence in Spring 2021 including a series of online workshops for care homes.

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Latest Human Rights Report

‘What does a Human Right to Social Care Look Like?: A perspective for Scotland 2021’ is the latest human rights report published by Scottish Care, written by CEO, Dr Donald Macaskill.

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Latest Rights Made Real News

Rights Made Real reports showcase importance of human rights in care homes in Scotland

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Rights Made Real – Addressing fears around human rights

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Rights Made Real – What has helped the projects link their practice to human rights?

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