Guidance from the Commission
Browse our own reports and guidance for good practice in human rights delivery:
In May 2011 we published this new guidance developed in consultation with practitioners in the housing sector. Find out more and read an online summary.
This guidance is intended to be a practical tool, to help those who work in social housing to comply with the Human Rights Act.
A Human Rights Inquiry report
Report on our research into the Human Rights Act's first ten years which makes a number of recommendations to help embed human rights in the public sector.
Summary version of the Human Rights Inquiry report setting out the Inquiry's findings and the Commission's recommendations.
Written on the tenth anniversary of the creation of the National Assembly, the purpose of this report is to critically evaluate how equality and human rights have fared under devolution.
This guide looks at what human rights mean in the context of everyday life, how they have affected real people and why they are therefore so important.
This new guide will help disabled people know what their rights are and how to use them. It will also help people to challenge injustices and improve services and help organisations understand their responsibilities.
Guidance from Action for Advocacy - Human rights toolkit for advocates
Action for Advocacy, the independent advocacy organisation developed a toolkit based on an initial series of Commission-funded training days to advocates across England and Wales. The toolkit is a resource to promote further thinking and better use of resources that can support advocates to use human rights in their advocacy work.
This guide contains a range of ideas to help you use human rights principles to create an inclusive workplace.
Last Updated: 22 Dec 2014