Vacancy for Employment and Independent Living Services Manager Salary £25,000 pa Based in Manchester Initial expressions of interest by CV to email@example.com Breakthrough UK, an established disabled people’s organisation which promotes the rights of disabled people, is entering a new stage of its development. After 16 very successful years as a thought leader of […]
New research funding could see disabled people become pioneers in a “new industrial revolution”, according to a user-led organisation.
The government has refused to act after fresh allegations emerged of a special school shutting disabled children in “safe rooms” as a punishment.
Disabled activists have welcomed the UN’s apparent decision to launch an inquiry into allegations of “grave or systematic” violations of its disability convention by the UK government.
To support the implementation of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act, Welsh Government wishes to provide support to local authorities, other public bodies and third sector organisations that are looking to pilot new models of care and support delivery. A minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 pilot projects that lead to action […]
This year our Learning Disability Wales annual conference is around the theme of reaching our potential.
The UK Government issued on 6 March this year a Written Statement in Parliament on its decision on the future of the ILF.
The minister for disabled people has been urged by his Labour shadow to take urgent action to tackle the lengthy backlogs and delays plaguing the government’s new disability benefit.
Work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith has been ridiculed for delivering a major speech about his sweeping welfare reforms, without mentioning the disastrous impact that many of the changes are having on disabled people.
The government has been accused of failing in its duty of care towards disabled people, after an inquest heard how a disabled woman wrote a suicide note blaming the “bedroom tax” for her decision to kill herself.