Human rights and adult social care: Partnership Conference
Learning Event : Partnership conference
Stamford Court, Leicester
09:30 to 16:30 Wednesday, 11 March 2020
- Overview and programme
- Designed for
Overview and programme
This year’s Research in Practice for Adults annual Partnership Conference will explore human rights and adult social care with a focus on rights-based practice. It will include:
- The voice of lived experience.
- An overview of the Human Rights Act (1998) and application to practice.
- Examples of practice.
The day will hear from key speakers as well as offering interactive opportunities for discussion among delegates.
Further details including the programme and speakers will be released soon.
- Sanchita Hosali, British Institute of Human Rights.
- Professor Chris Hatton, Lancaster University, on his research with people who have a learning disability.
- Elaine James and Rob Mitchell, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, co-authors of ‘Social Work, Cats and Rocket Science: Stories of Making a Difference in Social Work with Adults’ on what a rights-based approach looks like in practice.
The Partnership Conference is aimed at everyone working in adult social care.
Research in Practice for Adults Partners can request their place online. Individuals outside the RiPfA Partner network please contact our events team via firstname.lastname@example.org or 01803 847264.