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  • Report your experiences during Covid-19

    Report your experiences during Covid-19

    Have you got something to say about access to care and support or to your treatment during COVID-19? In Control and Disability Rights UK have joined forces to set up a register to record people’s experiences of getting health, social care and treatment during lockdown.

  • Right to Participate Launch and Equality Act Video

    Disability Rights UK have launched this project , video and other resources about the Equality Act, to increase awareness of the Act, especially the ways it can protect disabled people from discrimination and how to use it in everyday situations.

  • Cabinet Reshuffle Action Call

    “If the new Secretary of State for Work and Pensions really wants to make a difference to disabled people’s lives, she’ll have to do more than promote the ‘Disability Confident’ initiative and encourage employers to be more disability friendly,” says Sue Bott from Disability Rights UK.“She has a very full in-tray when it comes to disabled people.”

  • Disability Rights UK Research and Manifesto on Brexit

    Disability Rights UK has been researching the possible impact of Brexit on disabled people’s rights. Their Disability Rights Manifesto is the result of analysis of the issues surrounding Brexit and its effect on disabled people.

  • Disability Rights UK are Recruiting a New CEO - Apply Now

    The national charity are looking for an outstanding and passionate Chief Executive to drive progress towards their vision of equal participation for all, building their profile and increasing the engagement of their growing membership base.

  • Disabled Community in Britain Respond to Hate Crime Killings in Japan

    Following the disability hate crime killing in Japan last month, there has been a united response from deaf and disabled campaigners and organisations from around the UK. Horrified by the mass killing of disabled people in Sagamihara, representatives have drafted a joint open letter in their memory.

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