We support Deaf and Disabled people’s organisations in London and campaign for equality for Deaf and Disabled people
Power Up training and events
Free training for DDPOs and the disability sector. Book your place now.
The Queen’s Speech 2017
What does the government’s new programme of legislation mean for Deaf and Disabled people?
Vigil at the Royal Courts of Justice
Join us as a groundbreaking case goes to appeal on Thursday 17th at 9.15 am
Holding this government to account – we’re giving evidence to the UN Disability Committee in Geneva
The UK government will be up in front of the UN Disability Committee next week on the 23 and 24 August answering questions on how far the UK Government is protecting and upholding the rights of Disabled people.
Access to Justice Victory: Supreme Court abolishes employment tribunal fees
The Supreme Court has ruled that the government’s decision to introduce employment tribunal fees was unlawful. This is a huge victory for access to justice for Disabled people in particular.
PRESS RELEASE: Disabled people intervene in the first case under the Care Act 2014 to reach the Court of Appeal
On the 17th of August the Court of Appeal will hear a case of R (on the application of Davey) v Oxfordshire County Council). Disabled people want to make sure the judges understand the impact this case will have on their lives. That’s why we intervened in proceedings and will hold a vigil before the hearing.
Inclusion London’s intervention in the R (Davey) v Oxfordshire County Council Case
Davey v Oxfordshire County Council is a vital case which will determine how far the flagship Care Act goes in promoting our wellbeing, choice and control and independent living. lnclusion London has intervened in the case. Read our submission here.