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A HUMAN RIGHTS BASED APPROACH TO BEST PRACTICE FOR DISABILITY PROVIDERS
Welcome to B-HART Benchmark & Accreditation
Enjoy the video below to learn about the accreditation process
HUMAN RIGHTS PRINCIPLES
B-HART PRINCIPLE 1 : LINK AND EMBED HUMAN RIGHTS PRINCIPLES - Consciously and intentionally identify and protect the human rights of stakeholders.
B-HART PRINCIPLE 2 : EMPOWERMENT - Empower your stakeholders by building their capacity to understand their human rights and competencies to effectively practice human rights based approach.
B-HART PRINCIPLE 3 : ACCOUNTABILITY - Foster mutual accountability and responsibility of all stakeholders to each other and to attitudes and behaviours that recognise, respect and respond to each others human rights.
B-HART PRINCIPLE 4 : PARTICIPATION - Embed practices and processes that invite stakeholders to participate actively, freely and meaningfully in the identification, realisation and protection of human rights.
B-HART PRINCIPLE 5 : ATTENTION TO VULNERABLE GROUPS - Create a psychologically safe service environment through practices that place people's rights at the heart of all decisions and practices.
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