Download our useful campaign resources designed to help you start claiming your rights!
All of our resources are developed with the help of Social Rights Alliance members.
Human Rights Defenders Claim Their Rights: A Learning Journey
Under the Community Researcher project, the Social Rights Alliance has worked with grassroots campaigners from Difference NE, Sheppey is Ours!, The Wharton Trust and Intisaar to develop thinking around a 'human rights based approach'.
This powerful film charts the progress of this diverse group of Community Researchers from across England as they examine human rights concepts, challenge what a 'human rights-based approach' means and write their own guide. In doing so they 'claim the right to talk about rights'.
What issues does your community face?
The Talk.Act.Change toolkit is designed to get people talking about social rights and the change we’d like to see.
Your responses to this toolkit help the Social Rights Alliance England and its regional groups to decide where we focus our campaigning energy. Your insights give us a greater understanding of the issues experienced across England.
Share your experiences by emailing your answers back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guide to Local Politicians
Feel more confident to contact your local councillors or MP.
As a human being, you have the right to have your views heard. You elect local politicians, like MPs and councillors, to represent you and your community, so it is their job to listen to you and represent your views in local and national and government.
This guide is for people who would like more confidence in speaking with their local politicians, and those who want to learn more about how politicians can support them.
The guide tells you:
The difference between councillors and MPs
What they can help you with
How to contact your local politicians
Where you can find some extra help
Links to other handy campaign resources