Equality and Human Rights Commission briefing paper: Strengthening the right to independent living 

Disabled people have the right to live independently as part of the community under the UN Convention on…

Disability benefits: Commission refers Slovakia to Court of Justice for discriminating against severely disabled people living abroad

The European Commission has referred the Slovak Republic to the EU’s Court of Justice for not…

EP Political Groups join forces to support persons with disabilities

On 5 June 2013, the leaders of the main political groups in the European Parliament announced…

Interview with pioneering Tina Lannin from 121 Captions – A company run by deaf people for deaf people

“We were recently fortunate enough do some work with the incredible Tina Lannin from 121 Captions,…

Inclusion of children with disabilities benefits society as a whole

Children with disabilities and their communities would both benefit if society focused on what those children…

10 things you might not know about accessibility – by Scott Hollier

Accessibility is the practice of making web content usable for everyone, especially people with disabilities. While…

Employers’ Network for Equality and Inclusion event: mock tribunal on neurodiversity – 13 November (Manchester)

Date: 13 November 2019Time: 9:30 am – 12:30 pmLocation: DWF LLP, 1 Scott Place, 2 Hardman…

Permanent and anonymous: Tackling online hate crime

Equally Ours’s Tanishtha Bhatia Sen Gupta on our recent seminar: Online hate crime and hate speech…

Social Security Advisory Committee consultation: Public funds and mobility needs of disabled people

The Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) is conducting research into how public funds can be used…

Trades Union Congress report: Disability employment and pay gaps 2019

The disability employment gap has remained stagnant at around 30 per cent, whilst the disability pay…

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