Current campaigns – act now
Our latest campaigns events and updates
This current exhibition at the Wellcome Trust asks the controversial question whether we need to reclaim the asylum for the modern era. Members of London Disabled People Against Cuts visited the exhibition and recorded their thoughts in the short films below.
Joint Letter In The Sunday Telegraph Calls For Section 1 Of The Equality Act To Be Brought Into Force
The Equality Trust co-ordinated the following letter signed by Inclusion London and London DDPOs calling for the socio-economic duty on public bodies, contained within section 1 of the Equality Act 2010, to be brought into force.
Inclusion London’s policy papers produced in 2016 highlight the inequality experienced by Deaf and Disabled people and the disproportional impact of the government’s cuts in funding for social care and welfare benefits, which are having a disastrous impact on Disabled people’s lives.
Sadiq Khan has announced plans to provide step free access at Harrow-on-the-Hill. The campaign for step-free access to the station was spearheaded by London Assembly Member Navin Shah who campaigned with stakeholder groups including Harrow Association of Disabled People, Harrow Mencap and Age UK Harrow.
As a Disabled person attempting to live in mainstream society I come across a large variety of barriers but it’s the institutional ones I find most difficult to deal with and the most personally damaging. A guest post from Zara Todd on her responses and solutions to ‘computer says no’ moments.
The UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights issued a damning report on the UK’s compliance with international human rights law. The government has not yet replied to the 60 recommendations made in the report. Please take part in the online actions and sign our petition here.