More than 250 disabled Londoners with high support needs have lost some of their support since ILF’s closure.
The barrister was asked by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) last year to examine if there needed to be a right to independent living in law for disabled people, because of concerns that their right to choice and control over their lives was being “eroded”.
Seven “innovative, high-tech schemes” to improve access to rail travel for disabled passengers would share the £600,000 funding.
Research shows there is unfairness in how Australia’s mental health care is delivered. Improving mental health will depend at least in part on fairer distribution.
The judiciary is not bound by the Equality Act and it is extremely difficult to get respondents and defendants and specifically the legal profession to correspond in an accessible format.
Concerns have continued to mount that DWP and its ministers took deliberate steps to cover up evidence of the fatal impact of the assessment on sick and disabled people.
A genuinely caring response from a person might be sufficient for the person who is having suicidal thoughts to reconsider.
This Amazonian sacred plant has the potential to be used safely and effectively to treat even the hardest to treat depression.
Award-winning theatre company Equal Voices Arts has developed two original shows performed in both NZSL and New Zealand English (NZE) to enable both Deaf and hearing audiences to share the experience.