The Women’s Resource Centre are honoured to have Louise Whitfield, public law and human rights specialist and partner at Deighton Pierce Glynn deliver our training session ‘Making the case: Equalities and Human Rights’ on Tuesday 28 March 2017, 10 AM – 4 PM.
This is an amazing opportunity to attend a fully funded training session on human rights and equality legislation delivered by an incredible trainer.
Louise Whitfield is a public law specialist, with 18 years’ experience of conducting high-profile judicial review claims across a wide range of subject areas including discrimination and equality duties, public sector funding and procurement, medical services and community care, claims based on breaches of the Human Rights Act, and claims relating to inquests and prisoners’ rights.
She regularly advises and represents claimants in a wide range of issues arising from the reductions in public sector funding and services, including most recently funding cuts to support groups for people with learning disabilities and women’s refuges.
Louise also has extensive experience of delivering public law training to lawyers and non-lawyers, having designed, developed and delivered a wide range of courses ranging from conference workshops on public law basics and the equality duty, to one-day events on judicial review pre-action tactics and strategy for claimants’ representatives.
Who is this training for?
Voluntary and Community Sector frontline organisations who want to learn how to use human rights and equality documents to make the case for their services and improve their work.
In the training we will:
- Give an overview of the equalities and human rights documents used in the UK.
- Use case studies to demonstrate how decisions can be challenged.
- Describe how you can use these to make the case for providing your services.
- Explain how you can contribute to the development and reporting processes linked to human rights and equalities in the UK.
This training is funded for Voluntary and Community organisations and Social Enterprises based in London.
If you do not fulfil the above criteria and we still have places available, the following applies:
- If your organisation is a Member of WRC you will need to pay £25 for the full day,
- If your organisation is not a member of WRC you will need to pay £50 for the full day.
Please note this training is not women-only.
Read our Training Policy about cancellations, late arrivals etc. here.
London, LON N7 9DP
|My organisation is Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise organisation based in London.||£ 0.00|
|My organisation is not a Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise organisation based in London but is a member of WRC.||£ 25.00|
|My organisation is not a Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise organisation based in London and is NOT a member of WRC.||£ 50.00|