Applying Human Rights Principles to your Advice Work

The Human Rights Act is a law that aims to protect individuals from having their human rights taken away or interfered with by the state. The rights protected under the act mirror those in the European Convention on Human Rights. The rights included are economic, social, cultural, civil and political and increasingly have proved useful when arguing for socio-economic rights such as a right to housing and social security, particularly in a climate of Welfare Reform. This practical, adviser focused, 1-day course will raise your awareness of how Human Rights law applies in the Generalist Advice setting including: • Social Security, Welfare Reform and Housing • Health and Social Care • Education • Employment
Members: £80 Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations: £100 Private and Statutory Sector Organisations: £120. We will invoice you for the course. Please note a late cancellation fee will apply to courses cancelled with less than 5 working days’ notice. Cancellation Policy Booked courses which are cancelled within 5 working days of the course start date will not be invoiced. Booked courses cancelled with less than 5 working days’ notice will be invoiced at a fee of £30 or 50% of the course fee, whichever is higher. Participants booked on FREE training who do not show up on the day, or do not cancel with at least 5 working days’ notice, will be charged a fee of £30.
Additional Information: 
The course is a core topic for Generalist Advisers within the NIQAS.


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