In its 16th year Pride Cymru has become the first Pride event in the UK to sign up to our Charter of Best Practice. The organisers of Pride Cymru are currently working to sign-off Charter targets for the city-centre parade and 20,000 capacity outdoor event taking place in Coopers Field, Cardiff on Saturday 15th August. […]
The programme aims to increase the diversity of individuals standing for election to local government.
From July DWP will start the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) rollout for the remaining eligible DLA claimants.
A House of Lords Committee set up especially to look at the Equality Act 2010 and its impact on disabled people has today published the attached call for written evidence and invites all interested parties to submit evidence by 4 September 2015.
A government consultation on plans to tighten eligibility for its new disability benefit was unfair and unlawful, the court of appeal heard this week.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has issued controversial new guidance on disability hate crime
The consultation runs until 11 September, and hopes to “address areas of discrimination, improve access to public services and tackle social stigmatisation, harassment and bullying for transgender people in Wales.”. Learning Disability Wales produced the Easy Read version. There is also a child and young person friendly version. Further information on the concultation […]
Disability Rights UK is running a Disability Confidence training course at their London office on 21st September 2015. This highly-acclaimed course has been developed over several years by expert trainers and has received cross-sector acclaim. This is an ideal course for HR professionals or individuals who have management or leadership roles. It will focus mainly on […]
Announcing that Superfast Cymru will be expanded to reach more premises
people who use and have experience of care, childcare and social services – such as carers, parents, former professionals and members of the public – apply to join CSSIW’s regional forums.