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Inclusion London in Geneva
The UN were clear in their condemnation of the impact of UK austerity on Deaf and Disabled people
Taking Disabled people’s rights to Amnesty International in Rome – guest post
Guest post by Emma Vogelmann. As a disabled rights activist, you are used to fighting for your voice and concerns to be heard by others, particularly by others who can affect real change. So you can imagine how surprised I was when I was asked by Inclusion London to be on a panel of young activists at Amnesty International’s International Council Meeting (ICM) in Rome!
UN condemns UK government’s austerity measures – media coverage and concluding observations
Inclusion London CEO Tracey Lazard was on Newsnight speaking about the UN’s damning verdict on the Government’s treatment of Disabled people, following the release of the UN Disability Committee’s Concluding Observations.
Online Hate – Victim’s Experience Survey
If you are a direct victim or an indirect victim of online hate the Mayor’s Office of Policing and Crime (MOPAC) invites you to fill the Victim’s experience survey.
A Disabled man loses his court battle for a right to live an ordinary life
The Court of Appeal has delivered its judgement in the case of R (on the application of Davey) v Oxfordshire County Council). This is the first case under the Care Act 2014 to reach the Court of Appeal and is critical in determining how far the legislation supports Disabled people’s well-being, choice and control and independent living. The judges dismissed the appeal mainly because of the factual evidence in the case.