Funding experiences of London’s Deaf and disabled peoples organisations and implications for disability equality.
A report by Inclusion London (February 2012)
A new study of how media are reporting disability in the context of government spending cuts reveals a major shift in how disabled people are portrayed and the negative impact this is having on public attitudes and on disabled people themselves.
A new report launched by Inclusion London reveals the profound barriers to equality faced by Deaf and disabled Londoners.
In January 2010, Skyers-Poorman Research and Consulting was appointed by Inclusion London to undertake a research and development project to research the profile of disabled black, minority ethnic and refugee (BMER) communities, and barriers to the take up of services and develop a good practice guide using the findings of the research. The Report and Guide are now available for download. Inclusion London acknowledges the funding from Capacity Builders which allowed us to undertake this important research.
Deaf and Disabled Londoners - our priorities for the next parliament
Improving the availability of hotel accommodation that is genuinely accessible to all is a particular priority in the draft replacement London Plan, which states that at least 10% of new provision should be wheelchair accessible.
Inclusion London commissioned research to look at how far Deaf and Disabled People's Organisations in London were undertaking work in relation to personal budgets.