Wider examples: rights-based action

Examples of rights-based action

Listen, Include, Respect Guidelines – Inclusion International and Down Syndrome International

These guidelines were co-produced by 1,500 people with learning disabilities and their families.

They are to help organisations understand what they need to do to make sure people with learning disabilities are included in their work, participate equally and feel valued.

Find out more and go to the guidelines

The ReThink Disability Campaign – Grace Eyre

ReThink Disability is a short film that challenges people to rethink their perception of disability.

By describing abilities and disabilities in different ways, they are aiming for people to be seen as individuals, not labels.

Watch the short film and find out more

Inclusive Prayer Book – The United Synagogue and Kisharon

This tailor-made United Synagogue edition inclusive prayerbook seeks to make Shabbat accessible to people with disabilities. It serves as a way of making religious services more inclusive and to prompt a community-wide conversation about what more we can do to ensure that every aspect of Jewish life is truly accessible to all.

Download for free here

Equal Treatment Webinar: Challenging racism and health inequalitiesChanging Our Lives, Contact and Include Me Too

In October of 2022 we hosted a webinar led by the three partner organisations of this project. The project aims to challenge racism and health inequalities faced by people with learning disabilities from minority ethnic communities and their families.

The webinar spoke about the project and what each of the partners has learned through the work. Covering a range of topics including, challenging racism and health inequalities, coproduction, what groups have learnt and the actions some are taking.

Watch the webinar here

Research and evidence in this area

Disclaimer: The examples of action, research and evidence included in this action bank are not endorsed by Learning Disability England but are ways of working that people are proud of and show links to Good Lives. Please contact us if there is anything you feel doesn’t support the Good Lives vision.