Human Rights - People Living with Dementia

Chadwick, Christopher, Storey, Wesley and Turner, Danny (2018) Human Rights - People Living with Dementia. [Data Collection]

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Human Rights define how we should treat others and should expect to be treated ourselves. In the UK, the Human Rights Act ensures that our rights are upheld and promoted, and is underpinned by the FREIDA principles of; Fairness, Respect, Equality, Identity, Dignity and Autonomy. These films were funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and produced collaboratively by Liverpool SURF (Service User Reference Forum), University of Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool John Moores University and Hatch. They highlight the Human Rights issues that people living with dementia can encounter on a day to day basis. These films are intended to help people living with dementia protect and promote their fundamental human rights, and raise awareness of this important aspect of care.

Creators: Chadwick, Christopher, Storey, Wesley and Turner, Danny
Uncontrolled Keywords: Dementia, Human Rights, Living with Dementia, Film, Co-Creation
Division: Screen School
Field of Research: Creative arts and writing > Visual arts
Creative arts and writing > Visual arts > Photography, video and lens-based practice
Health sciences > Public health
Law and legal studies > Law in context > Medical and health law
Date Deposited: 19 Jul 2019 13:38
Last Modified: 07 Feb 2024 15:03
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Data collection method: Film, workshops,
Geographic coverage: Liverpool City Region
Resource language: English
Metadata language: English
Collection period:
1 March 201831 August 2018



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