DPAC are going to Manchester and the Tory Party Conference Our main action will be on Monday October 5th at noon. Meet at Central Library opposite the Midland Hotel, just off St. Peter’s Square https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/The+Midlandfirstname.lastname@example.org,-2.2451292,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x487bb1c27381b90b:0xf4daf7 The theme of this event will be IDS Wanted for Crimes Against Disabled People A second action together with others… Continue Reading Tory Party Conference Actions, October 5th and 7th
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Since the publication of the Sayce Report (2011), employment support for Deaf and Disabled people and in particular, Access to Work, has been under attack. The last coalition government and the current Tory government, seem determined to change Access to Work from being one of this countries “best kept secret”, to a scheme that no… Continue Reading Join the campaign to stop the changes to Access to Work!
The Conservative Party Conference is being held in Manchester from 4 – 7 October. A number of organisations are planning to rally, march and/or protest while the conference is taking place. On Saturday 12 September, from 11:00am to 4:00pm, there will be a joint GMCDP/DPAC (Disabled People Against Cuts) planning and organising day for disabled… Continue Reading Planning Workshop – Tory Party Protest, Manchester, September 12th
With two Assisted Dying bills currently before parliament, it is really important that Deaf and Disabled people and our organisations speak out loudly against the legalisation of assisted suicide and raise awareness of the threat this poses to disability equality. Our message is that we want support to live not die. At a time when… Continue Reading Take Action NOW to oppose the Assisted Dying bill
Assisted Dying Bills are pitched as humane but instead highlight disabled people’s lack of choice, writes ELLEN CLIFFORD This summer Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) will be taking on our most controversial campaign yet as we fight the Assisted Dying Bills going through Parliament. We will highlight the severe dangers that the legalisation of assisted… Continue Reading We need Assisted Living not Death