As an easy way to make money for DPAC I signed up to easyfundraising.org.uk so that when people shop on-line if they go via easyfundraiser website then we get money donated to us when they shop. You can also recycle old mobiles and laptops etc and get money donated to us. You can sign up quickly… Continue Reading help raise money for DPAC while you shop
Raise funds for DPAC while you shop online and it won’t cost you anything!See more here…..
Disabled people can join online as DPAC members by clicking:HERE
If you have previously tried to join as a non disabled member of DPAC-apologies- we’ve had problems with our database and details have been lost to cyberspace-to complete membership please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
we are currently updating our membership system for organisations, unions and DPOs please email us if you wish to affiliate, join or donate to DPAC
The Independent Commission on Freedom of Information’s terms of reference require it to consider the implications for the Freedom of Information Act 2000 of the uncertainty around the Cabinet veto and the practical operation of the Act as it has developed over the last 10 years in respect of the deliberative space afforded to public… Continue Reading Call for evidence on the Freedom of Information Act 2000
Below is a response to Tomlison’s piece in Able magazine published earlier this week The Minister for the Disabled People says: “We should do everything we can to give people the dignity of a job, the opportunity to achieve their career aspirations and the security of a pay cheque. The focus should always be on… Continue Reading A response to Tomlison minister for Disabled People