The Autonomy Project Summer School is an annual event, held each July, which brings together a group of researchers, activists, students, clinicians, social workers, service-users, and public officials in order to work together on the challenges of embedding respect for autonomy and human rights in the practices of care.
The 2020 Summer School will take place across 5 days from the 20th to the 24th July. Each day of the Summer School will involve a 2-hour webinar, supplemented by an optional additional session to facilitate informal discussion. It will combine research updates, panel discussions, and work on case study materials. See our Summer School webpage for more details: https://autonomy.essex.ac.uk/summer-school/