Are you a disabled person or ally living anywhere in North or East London?
Do you want to get involved in the campaign to defend our rights and build a more inclusive society?
If this sounds like you – Then join our open meeting to launch
North & East London DPAC
Thursday 30th May
Islington Town Hall
DPAC – Disabled People Against Cuts is a user-led campaign network of disabled people who have over the last decade been at the centre of the anti – austerity movement.
DPAC engages in lobbying, media campaigns & non-violent direct action.
North & East London DPAC will be a coalition of local groups and people from Boroughs in each of these regions of London
This meeting is intended to hear from disabled people from each borough, what the priority issues are in their areas, & how we can support each other to take action around these issues.
You don’t need to have any special skills or experience of campaigning to take part. You don’t need to be part of an existing network or group.
North & East London DPAC would like to be as inclusive and accessible as is possible. Please contact us by email on
If you have any access requirements
This is an open meeting for all disabled people and allies who want to take collective action.
Islington Town Hall is wheelchair accessible including platform lifts and accessible toilets
Nearest step free station is Kings Cross. If you are coming from the north, Canonbury station is step free. A 30 bus from either station will take you directly to Islington Town Hall.
Buses: 19, 4, 30, 43