Do you know what your human rights are?
Are you worried your human rights are being breached?
Human rights are the basic rules of humanity for people all over the world. Human rights protect our natural rights and freedoms that belong to us from the day we are born until we die. No one is exempt from these rights and no one can take them away from us. Human rights are fundamental in protecting the way we live, to keep us safe from abuse and harm.
Our Human Rights is a 60-minute online training course designed to give you a clear understanding of the human rights that belong to every one of us.
We will look at some historical events that led to the development of human rights and some inspirational, motivational leaders and activists that helped carve the human rights we have today. We will also look at how the Human Rights Act 1998 is applied to domestic law in the UK.
This course is suitable for everyone wishing to learn more about human rights in the UK.
- Understand the meaning and importance of equality and human rights values.
- Gain a clear understanding of human rights under UK law.
- Understand the three main effects of the Human Rights Act 1998.
- Learn why human rights are necessary.
- Learn about the formation of the human rights law and motivation leaders involved in the drafting committees.
- Learn who should comply with and uphold human rights.
- Understand the difference between rights that are absolute, justified and limited.
- Know some of the reasons why human rights are breached.
- Understand human rights and how they serve us and understand how to use these rights to exercise against injustice, keeping people safe.
Why choose us?
We offer online training courses using the inclusive diversity approach (tida). tida will help you and your team discover new ways to develop more conscious and caring attitudes that will benefit your workplace and our communities. Through a series of online courses, we offer everyone the chance to self-develop and progress towards fairer thought patterns and actions, making positive adjustments to help create a more equal, diverse and inclusive society free from discrimination and racism.
What are you waiting for?