Disability Wales (DW) has consistently opposed the UK government’s decision to abolish the Independent Living Fund (ILF) since it was closed to new applicants in 2010.
Kaleidoscope Investments was formed by a group of venture capitalists and is aimed at giving financial backing to help disabled entrepreneurs in the UK start their own business.
Local groups and organisations with great ideas to make their communities even better places to live are invited to apply for funding to turn their ideas into reality.
Welsh Health Specialised Services Committee (WHSSC) has an All Wales Posture & Mobility Partnership Board and they’re currently refreshing the Board membership.
Race Council Cymru is partnering with the Office of the Gwent Police Crime Commissioner to recruit a BAME Engagement Officer to assist with facilitating better communication between BAME communities across Gwent and the OPCC.
RNIB and Action are about to set up a customer engagement group of blind and partially sighted people with an active interest in influencing their work around employment, and the ongoing projects of the working age team. They are looking for blind and partially sighted people who would like to get involved in supporting this […]
Can Do project are looking to expand a great project
The purpose of this consultation is to seek views on the future Welsh Government funding framework for equality and inclusion.
WG are providing the opportunity for stakeholders across Wales to provide their input on the first set of consultations in order for us to deliver requirements of the Act.
The Disability Research on Independent Living & Learning (DRILL) programme is a UK wide research programme delivered in partnership by four major pan-disability organizations in each of the UK nations – in Northern Ireland, Disability Action; in England, Disability Rights UK; in Scotland, Inclusion Scotland; and in Wales, Disability Wales. The programme will create […]