Resources during Coronavirus Pandemic
Since March 2020, our lives have been ruled by the Coronavirus Pandemic. Choices and decisions about how we live, work and play have been governed by a new set of rules. To support advocates through this period we will offer additional help and guidance about how best to deliver Independent Advocacy to ensure the role we play in protecting people's human rights continues.
This MYTHBUSTER guide was co-produced with VoiceAbility, Kate Mercer and NDTi - it debunks the myths and misunderstandings that may be circulating during the Coronavirus crisis. (April 2020)
Mental Health Advocacy on the front line - positive and inspiring
approaches to making a difference during Covid 19
June 11th 10am
Join Peter Edwards (Solicitor, Peter Edwards Law) and Kate as they look at issues within mental health advocacy, share practice and hear your ideas on providing kickass and effective advocacy.
Independent Advocacy and PPE
May 28th 2020 3.00pm
As we come out of lockdown, we can expect face to face visits to increase. During this session you will hear from Lindsay Graham, Advocacy Director, People First Independent Advocacy) and Vicky Lowe (Health and Safety Co-ordinator, Cloverleaf) who will explore what PPE advocates should be using in order to provide safe advocacy.
Independent Advocacy on the front line
May 12th 2020
Kate will join Dr Oliver Lewis (Barrister Doughty St) in conversation to reflect on how Independent Advocacy is responding to the needs of people during the crisis.
Advocacy During the Coronavirus Pandemic
APRIL 6th 2020
Join Steve Broach (Barrister 39 Essex St) who covers the new Coronavirus Act, its impact on services and how advocates can respond.