Creative Treaty is a human rights organisation that raises public awareness and understanding of human rights through creative engagement and skill building. We pride ourselves on being grassroots and creatively led. Most importantly, we are impartial and not politically affliated.
We aim to highlight the congruent link that human rights has to both community and individual wellbeing. In short: robust human rights systems create healthy communities and these healthy communities promote positive wellbeing in individuals.
Our core services are all free to service users and available to anyone who needs it. Across the UK we:
- Distribute Wellness Packs, a package of human rights and wellbeing support. Each pack contains, (amongst many other things), grocery vouchers, vitamin supplements and our Human Rights Handbook - an engaging guide that simply explains basic human rights.
"The vouchers mean I can put food on the table for my children! The vitamin D is well needed as their diet hasn't been too good lately. Thank you so much!" - Wellness Pack recipient
- Provide Mediation Services, a bespoke package of human rights and emotional wellness support to victims of human rights injustices. Our service users include victims of disability discrimination, racism, sexual discrimination, as well as victims of serious crime and health prejudice.
"Creative Treaty helped me to better understand our basic human rights and how they are equally important for both a victim and perpetrator of a crime. Along with this, Creative Treaty helped my wife and I with further mental health support. Creative Treaty has played a beneficial role in my ongoing recovery and I am truly thankful for their ongoing help and support." - Andreas, Mediation Service beneficiary and acid attack survivor
- We also deliver workshops, provide resources, and offer information and guidance centered on human rights and physical, mental and emotional wellness. Our team includes experts in law, social work and mental health mediation.
"Captivating and emotive. Main take away is that in the charity sector we all are working under the banner of human rights Has opened up my mind more on the human rights debate, a very informative session. Thank you." - Workshop participant