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Working as an intern for Disability Wales: Emily’s experience

Here at Disability Wales, we have welcomed many eligible students in Wales to join us as interns for a short period of time. Our most recent intern was Emily, a neuroscience student at Cardiff University. Today, she’s here to tell us all about her experience. Working as an intern for Disability Wales: Emily’s experience This […]

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Disabled People’s Organisations Covid-19 Emergency Fund

The National Emergency Trust (NET) has today announced £1.5 million of funding to support grassroots Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) across the UK, who have found it difficult to access funding, to respond to the Covid-19 needs of Disabled people.  The funding will be administered and distributed through a partnership of DPOs across the UK. What […]

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National Emergencies Trust announces first new charity partners to enhance support for at risk groups

SECTOR NEWS RELEASE BY NATIONAL EMERGENCIES TRUST (NET). £12million from NET’s Coronavirus Appeal will fund helplines and other support services to address unmet need among disproportionately impacted groups The National Emergencies Trust (NET) is announcing plans to distribute £12million of funds from its Coronavirus Appeal to a range of charity partnerships offering targeted support to […]

Launching our Disabled People’s Manifesto survey

The 2021 Senedd elections are approaching and Disability Wales wants to make sure that the voices of disabled people in Wales are heard, loud and clear.  We will be publishing a Disabled People’s Manifesto, informed and driven by the experiences of Disability Wales members. In the principle of the Social Model of Disability, we want […]

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How to make your information accessible to our members

Sharing your information with our members Here at Disability Wales, we receive many requests to share information with our members which we are happy to help with. But often, information given isn’t accessible and isn’t provided in an easy format for us to reproduce on social media.  With this in mind, we thought we’d share […]

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