The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has sparked fresh anger after it finally admitted that it does carry out reviews into the deaths of some claimants of disability benefits.
A company with a “chilling” record of incompetence, discrimination and alleged fraud is in prime position to take over the new “fitness for work” contract from Atos Healthcare, Disability News Service (DNS) can reveal.
Today, Disability Wales will stage a conference on the theme of digital inclusion of disabled people in Wales. The conference will be held in the Catrin Finch Centre, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham.
A new Round-up from JRF looks at the impact and effectiveness of conditional welfare, and explores different ethical approaches to conditionality and sanctions.
The sealing ceremony for the Housing (Wales) Act 2014 took place on the 17 September and marks the completion of work initially developed by my predecessors, Huw Lewis and Carl Sargeant.
Tai Pawb is delighted to announce that as the week beginning 13th October is ‘Hate Crime Awareness Week’ this theme will play a significant part in their Creating Homes 2014 conference, being held on 16th October in the Copthorne Hotel, Cardiff.
The Accessible Britain Challenge calls on local communities to become more accessible and inclusive for disabled people.
This year Learning Disability Wales’ annual conference, Shine!, will be held on 25th and 26th November 2014 in Newport, South Wales.
DWP has announced a series of new trials to help claimants get ready for Universal Credit, along with 11 partnerships that will deliver local support.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s litigation strategy sets the agenda for their legal work and ensures they maximise the impact of their resources through targeted casework.