Our participants have an absolute right to:
- Dignity and respect
- Fairness and non-discrimination
- Confidentiality and privacy.
They have the right to:
- Have their needs identified
- Have their time in Soilse fully utilised and valued
- Take part in the Soilse programme
- Choose their own goals
- Participate in decisions about themselves
- Consent to all decisions about themselves
- Be heard
- Challenge and question
- Develop their own opinions and views
- Express their opinions and views
- Develop their individual talents
- Have their cultural, linguistic and ethnic diversity respected
- Make complaints
- Appeal decisions
- Leave the programme at any time.
Participants also have the right to:
- Personal safety (physical, emotional, mental, sexual)
- A safe, clean environment
- Professional staff, facilitators and facilities
- High standards in all engagements with staff and facilitators
- Ongoing emotional and educational support after they leave Soilse.
- Showing respect for staff and other participants
- Being on time and taking part in the programme
- Informing their keyworker if they are going to be late or absent
- Participating in drug screening
- Respecting the confidentiality of other participants.