Date and time: in person: Wednesday 4th May 2022 2pm to 4pm at Argyle House in Edinburgh.
Online: Thursday 5th May 2022 11am to 12.30pm.
Who it’s for: people already involved with Collective Advocacy at CAPS.
How to book: email Anne email@example.com or Ele firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
The Scottish Mental Health Law Review have written recommendations about new mental health legislation and want to know what you think.
Come along to one of our online or in person meetings to have your say.
What the people undertaking the Scottish Mental Health Law Review have said about the review:
“We think these proposals could lead to a fundamental change to our mental health legislation and bring it in line with the ambitions of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities”. You can find out more about the consultation and the proposals here: https://www.mentalhealthlawreview.scot/
It’s important that people with lived experience of mental health issues have a say. People with experience of mental health issues should help to shape changes to legislation that affects them. That is why we are seeking people who are already involved with CAPS to come along and share your views.
Email Anne email@example.com or Ele firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.