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Right to Dream project update for Human Rights Day

It’s Human Rights Day on 10th December. As such, this is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of our Right to Dream team to thank them for all the hard work and commitment they have put into making the project such a success.


The Right to Dream project delivers accessible and valuable information about human rights to all. It was co-produced by Visibility Scotland and Deafblind Scotland and is funded by the Scottish Government’s Equality and Human Rights Fund.


The training is co-presented by a person living with sensory loss and a project officer, sending the powerful message that everyone can take part in, and benefit from, your human rights.


The champions use their own stories to highlight how human rights relate to everyone. The trainers are inspirational and are the foundation upon which the training has been built.


Through many consultations and training sessions, we now have a team of trained ambassadors that travel around Scotland to make rights real for all.


The first phase of the project involved delivering training to those living with sensory impairments. We’re delighted to say that the training was very well received.


To date, we have delivered workshops to over 80 people and are looking to grow this number during 2023.


The project aims to develop and roll out professional training for anyone that supports or delivers services to those with sensory loss, as we believe building a human rights culture is about everyone participating in a fairer and more equal society.


If you would like to know more about the Right to Dream project and how you can get involved, you can contact us at or give us a call on 0141 332 4632.

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Written by: Paul Hanlon

Posted on the: December 8, 2022
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