70% of sentenced prisoners have two or more mental health conditions.
The provisions in the Bill relating to social care, support for children with Special Educational needs and detentions and treatment under the Mental Health Act were not amended
The bill potentially poses a serious risk and can put the wellbeing of many at real danger. We ask you to write to your MP immediately.
People First have written an article on the Mental Capacity Act and how it affects people with learning difficulties
Inclusion London submitted evidence to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s inquiry into legal aid for victims of discrimination.
Inclusion London have submitted evidence to the CQC review on the use of restraint, seclusion and segregation.
Inclusion London and Disabled People Against Cuts have submitted evidence to the UN on our economic and social rights
Professor Mike Oliver, leading pioneer in the disabled rights movement has sadly passed away.
Inclusion London submitted evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights regarding the treatment of people with learning difficulties and people on the autistic spectrum (LD/A) in hospital Assessment and Treatment Units (ATUs)
Inclusion London responded to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s consultation
Caroline Dinenage, The Minister for Care, wrote us an open letter in response to our petition about the Mental Capacity Amendment Bill. We’ve published our response.
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