In March 2016, Equally Ours published Rights for Life – sharing stories on how human rights have been used in people’s lives.
Human rights are for everyone. We may need them when we’re young and at school or in the care of the state. We might need them at work, when we’re struggling to live a full life, or when we’re dealing with the police. We may need human rights if we have a mental health problem and need extra care, or if we’re living in a care home when we’re older.
You can find out more on the Equally Ours website.