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.
Your experience of PIP assessments
We are collecting evidence on the process of being assessed for the Personal Independence Payment
Improving Lives – our Green Paper response
Inclusion London’s concerns about the Work, Health and Disability Green Paper.
PIP assessment – your experience
We have been invited by the Work and Pension’s Committee to give evidence on the process of being assessed for the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) – your experience will inform our evidence.
Briefing on the case of Davey v Oxfordshire County Council
Luke Davey is a disabled adult, who had been living in his own home with almost 24 hour support for 18 years. The local authority assessed Davey as having an ‘eligible need’ to enhance his ‘independence’ by spending more time alone, and concluded that his eligible needs could be met with a reduction in his ‘personal budget’ from £1651 to £950.
Follow Up Submission: Response to UNCRPD Inquiry Report and UK Government Response
DPAC and Inclusion London’s 70 page response to the Inquiry by the United Nations Committee on the Rights of People with Disabilities and the UK Government response, detailing our serious concern at the Government’s approach.
Disabled People’s Shadow Report to the UN CRPD Committee
The Reclaiming Our Futures Alliance has collected lived experience evidence from thousands of Disabled people to write this report, which documents how British Government policies since 2010 have created regression against nearly every article under the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).