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A cross-party group of MPs believe that social media companies and the Government have failed disabled users and must act urgently. To ensure the views of disabled people are heard, the Committee have launched a consultation on their draft recommendations for action.
We note the global disability summit being held in London at the end of July. We are strongly in favour of international support that improves the lives of Deaf and Disabled people across the world. We also have a number of concerns about the summit.
Three years after closure of the Independent Living Fund, new figures show continuing postcode lottery in treatment of former recipients
New figures obtained through Freedom of Information requests show that over 250 Disabled Londoners with high support needs have lost support since the closure of the Independent Living Fund (ILF) in 2015 and a post code lottery operating across London boroughs. The research carried out by Inclusion London has also found a number of Councils […]
A report from the Independent Living Strategy Group (ILSG), based on FOI returns from all English councils with statutory social services responsibilities reveals significant concerns about payment card practice and makes recommendations on how councils can properly comply with Care Act guidance.
Press release: Disability rights coalition calls for talks with prime minister over ‘human catastrophe’
A coalition of Disabled people’s organisations has today written to the Prime Minister urging her to meet with them to discuss the deteriorating quality of life experienced by millions of disabled people in the UK.
The High Court has ruled that a legal challenge of the Access to Work cap can go ahead. The restrictions were introduced by the Department for Work and Pensions to limit the amount of support that individuals can be awarded by the once flagship disability employment scheme.
Are foundations doing enough to understand disability equality issues and the lived experience of disabled people? Article by Sioned Churchill, Director of Special Initiatives and Evaluation at Trust for London, in Trusts and Foundations News.
On Tuesday 5 December, court papers in a legal challenge were served on the Department for Work and Pensions over its introduction of the Access to Work cap, a measure which limits the amount of support that individuals can be awarded by the once flagship disability employment scheme.