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 DPAC Membership:

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: mail@dpac.uk.net

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

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 The loss of ILF doesn’t just affect ILF users-it affects everyone

We’re all in it together – aren’t we? from Moore Lavan Films on Vimeo.

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John McDonnell MP Praises DPAC at DPAC national Conference 2014

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 Video from outside Courts of Justice 13th March 2013: Challenging DWP on the Closure of ILF

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Piss on Pity and the BBC’s missing £86 million

This is the 7th annual Burn Pudsey Friday and this year not only do we continue to abhor the sickening demonisation of disabled children as vulnerable and in need of charity but worse we need to find out from the BBC why they still have £86 million from previous Pudsey Makes me Puke events unspent,… Continue Reading Piss on Pity and the BBC’s missing £86 million

URGENT: People awaiting WCA Assessments, particularly in Birmingham Please Read and share

DWP management target disabled  benefit claimants. Over the next 24 hours DWP management will ‘invite’ close on 2,000 benefit claimants from Birmingham to attend interviews, with a goal of getting at least 10% off the benefit register. The group of benefit claimants being targeted are in the majority waiting for assessments to decide if they are… Continue Reading URGENT: People awaiting WCA Assessments, particularly in Birmingham Please Read and share

Our Response to Labour’s WCA Proposals (again)

Benefits and Work website yesterday published an email sent by Labour which explains their proposals to improve WCA. It is a summary of previously announced proposals but we thought we would take this opportunity to restate, perhaps in even more strident terms our position with respect to Labour’s WCA Proposals. We have done this many… Continue Reading Our Response to Labour’s WCA Proposals (again)

Open Letter to Iain Duncan Smith – Maximus Contract

Iain Duncan Smith Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Dear Secretary of State, We are deeply concerned by your decision to award the Work Capability Assessment (WCA) contract to private contractor Maximus, rather than bring the work back in-house to be carried out by the Department for Work and Pensions. In March, Atos negotiated… Continue Reading Open Letter to Iain Duncan Smith – Maximus Contract

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