A half-day event exploring how a human rights based approach to service design can deliver better outcomes for marginalised communities.

You are invited to attend this important event jointly hosted by the Improvement Service, Public Health Scotland and the ALLIANCE.

You will have the opportunity to learn more about the Scottish Approach to Service Design and hear directly from organisations who are promoting a human rights-based approach to designing inclusive systems and services.

This interactive event will be chaired by Lucy Mulvagh, Director of the Health and Social Care Alliance (the ALLIANCE) and will include inputs from:

  • Rachel Dowle, Head of Strategic Design, Scottish Government
  • Clare MacGillivray, Director, Making Rights Real
  • Jack Wiggins, Business Change Lead and Service Designer, West Lothian Council
  • Barbara Adzajlic, Health Improvement Lead, Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership

along with other key speakers from public sector, third sector and lived experience organisations.

Attendees will have an opportunity to discuss the importance of adopting new processes to promote power-sharing and for equity and justice for marginalised people and communities in Scotland, and hear first hand from organisations who have been through a similar journey.

This half-day online event is open to individuals working across our public services in Scotland, including third sector and public sector staff working across community planning, public health and equalities.