Learn what your rights are and how to fight for them

The only way we can stop discrimination is by challenging it. Our new Disability Justice Project guides will help you do it.

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Our Disability Justice Project website is an interactive resource, which will help you learn about the law and take action to stand up for your rights.

It includes information about challenging discrimination when using public transport, receiving information in accessible formats, engaging with public bodies or entering and using buildings.  There is also a comprehensive guide on housing and what your options are to make your home accessible as well as information about social care and human rights.

You will find information on what the law says and what it means in practice, as well as a step by step advice on what to do if things go wrong and where to get hep and advice.  Discrimination guides on the website include an interactive tool which will help you to write a complaint letter with references to the law by just answering some simple questions.

Discrimination guides are available in easy read and BSL.

The only way we can stop discrimination is by challenging it. Our guides will help you do it.


If you would like to help promote the guides to your members, download our guide here: Promoting our discrimination guides to your members