Rightful Lives Exhibition
Rightful Lives is an online exhibition that explores the theme of Human Rights and people with autism and/or learning disabilities.
The idea for the exhibition came about through a conversation between collaborators Julie Newcombe, Mark Neary and Mark Brown about how the legal framework of the Human Rights Act seems to barely touch the lives of people with learning disabilities.
So in May 2018, we they put out a 'call to arms'. They asked for contributions from anyone interested in human rights for learning disabled people. The responses, from an incredibly diverse group of people, were phenomenal. The result is an online exhibition free for anyone to look at and enjoy.
Take a journey through the online exhibition rooms here: http://www.rightfullives.net/index.html