Welcome to the Monday 24 June 2019 edition of our weekly ebulletin - full of news, views, events and involvement opportunities. If there's anything you would like to share with the wider network please send to email@example.com.
Previous bulletins can be viewed here.
Request for feedback on the bulletin & 4Pi
We have been sending the NSUN weekly bulletin to our members since March 2009. Feedback has told us that the bulletin is highly valued and we would really like to know what opportunities and activities you've taken up as a result of information we've shared.
Feedback request: We would appreciate you telling us what (if any) difference the information we've shared has made to you personally or professionally.
Have you got involved in research, workshops or projects?
Have you joined a group or applied for funding for your group?
Have you got involved in any national initiatives?
Have you had good responses to items you've advertised?
Please send any feedback to us directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request for feedback on the use of 4Pi
We are currently reviewing how the 4Pi National Involvement Standards are being used across the country. If they are being used we want to know what difference they have made to involvement and co-production practice.
If you work with or for an organisation using the 4Pi framework, please email Angela Newton at email@example.com.
URGENT request from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) - TWO NSUN MEMBERS WITH LIVED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
The EHRC has just launched an inquiry into the experiences of disabled people within the criminal justice system. The inquiry will particularly focus on the pre-trial stage. That is because evidence for disabled people’s experiences at this point is particularly lacking. The inquiry will address whether disabled defendants’ needs are identified; what reasonable adjustments, if any, are made; whether there are particular barriers or helpful factors; and what recommendations should be put forward. The EHRC is interested in perspectives of NSUN members and so in interviewing two NSUN members with lived experience.
If you are interested in being interviewed, please contact Dorothy Gould URGENTLY at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07565 399 422. Dorothy can then give you further information and put you in touch with EHRC if that seems helpful.
Find out more here.