Jul 252012

Re-thinking disability equality policy and practice in a hostile climate’


Advance notice of a national event for the UK disabled people’s movement


When: Thursday 27 Sept 11am to 4.30pm

Where: Coin St Neighbourhood Centre, 108 Stamford Street South Bank, London SE1 9NH

Who is the event for: Places available for 80 representatives from disabled people’s organisations (DDPOs) and disabled activists from across the UK .

Aims of event:

1. ‘Take stock’ of the achievements and challenges
disability equality policy and practice has created over
last 15 years

2. To explore how we can best defend our achievements
and rights in a climate of austerity and free market/
anti Welfare state ideology.

3.     To identify areas of consensus that the movement can
mobilise around and take action on to influence the
political and policy agenda


Speakers include: Jenny Morris, author of Re-Thinking
Disability Policy published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Booking details to follow soon. To register an interest in
attending email: info@inclusionlondon.co.uk




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  2 Responses to “Taking the Disabled People’s Movement Forward”

  1. Once you all come together and speak with one voice you become stronger with the ability to raise money and take the fight to a court of law because what this Government is doing is outright wrong and a breach of human rights against disabled people in society that do not have a voice. Together you will become strong !

  2. Hello it’s so comforting to know so many so so much for the so many. Obviously I’m NOT Refering to the Brittish Gavernment

    I can only pray the Issue’s Of Hate Crime Abuse Stigma/discrimination get discussed along with the fact so many of us are being denied access to Legal representation. especially important when up against abusive Local Authorities and partners. Of which I’m most definately a victim of. pretty soon the above might well be a National Sport if not tackled.


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