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  • Disability Hub Meeting

    Disability Hub Meeting

    The next meeting of the Disability Hub is on Tuesday 25 September 2018 from 2-4pm at The Circle. The Hub is one of the ways in which disabled people can have a greater say on the services and businesses disabled people interact with locally.

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  • Find Out More About Your Right To Participate

    Find Out More About Your Right To Participate

    Are you interested in technology? Are you aware of the Equality Act but would like to know more? if so Disability Rights UK would like to hear from you. They are about to launch a project called Right to Participate, which aims to increase awareness of the Equality Act, especially the ways it can protect disabled people from discrimination in everyday situations.

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  • Sheffield Equality Hub Newsletter for November

    Sheffield Equality Hub Newsletter for November

    Catch up with all the latest news and events this month in the Sheffield Equality Hub newsletter.

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  • Disability Hub Meeting

    Disability Hub Meeting

    The next meeting of the Disability Hub is this coming Wednesday 27 September 2017. The meeting runs this time in the morning from 10.30 am until 1 pm, Ground Floor Conference Rooms, The Circle, Rockingham Lane. It will be an important meeting for the Disability Hub and hopefully you can come and join in with the discussions.

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  • Change Needed in Media Portrayal of Disabled People

    Change Needed in Media Portrayal of Disabled People

    Calls are being made for change as disabled people say they don’t feel they are well represented in either broadcast or printed media. Essentialaids.com have created a colourful, thought-provoking campaign that helps represent disabled people and their mobility products in a fresh, exciting way. The campaign is hopefully helping to get others to rethink how disabled people are portrayed – or sometimes just being plain ignored.

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  • United Nations calls for Action on Rights for Disabled People in UK

    United Nations calls for Action on Rights for Disabled People in UK

    A UN committee has told the UK government to produce an annual progress report on how it is implementing the recommendations of a damning inquiry that found it guilty of “grave and systematic violations” of key parts of the disability convention.

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  • Sheffield Equality Hub Newsletter for September

    Sheffield Equality Hub Newsletter for September

    Catch up with all the latest news and events this month in the Sheffield Equality Hub newsletter.

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  • Your Easy Read Guide to the 2017 General Election

    Your Easy Read Guide to the 2017 General Election

    Inclusion North have produced this easy read guide to the 2017 General Election with information and links to accessible resources.

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  • Hate Hurts - Help put a stop to it today!

    Hate Hurts - Help put a stop to it today!

    We’re supporting International Day for the elimination of racial discrimination. You can help stamp out hate, spread the word and join the Thunderclap today by using #HateHurtsSY

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  • Can you Sign Doug Paulley's Petition?

    Can you Sign Doug Paulley's Petition?

    After his Supreme Court victory, this petition asks the Government to use the Buses Bill to make non-disabled people vacate the wheelchair space on buses, if a disabled person needs it.

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