Disability and accessibility

Campaign groups:

Sisters of Frida

Sisters of Frida is a collective of disabled women looking to discuss, share experiences and explore intersectional possibilities. They fight for a future in which disabled women are empowered, celebrated, informed, connected, and valued.

Website: http://www.sisofrida.org/

 

 

Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People

The Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People (GMCDP) works to promote the independence and integration of disabled people in society, to identify and challenge the discrimination faced by disabled people, to encourage and support the self-organisation of disabled people, and to ensure disabled people have equal rights in society and in access to opportunities.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gmcdp

 

Manchester Disabled People Against Cuts

DPAC is an organisation fighting austerity and the disproportionate effect of cuts on disabled people. It is for activists against government policies which target the poor and those with chronic health conditions.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/disabledpeopleagainstcuts/

 

Resources on accessibility:

Seeds for Change, a worker's co-op, passionate about social justice and ecological sustainability: click here to access their accessibility guide

Attitude is Everything, a disability-led charity supporting music and concert venues to be accessible: click here to access their accessibility guide

Sisters of Fridaclick here to access their accessibility toolkit

Manchester Disabled People Access Groupclick here to access their accessibility guide

Radical Access Mapping Projectclick here to access their accessibility guide

‘No Budget Guide for Artists to Disability Access’click here to access their accessibility guide

Developing inclusive conferencesClick Here to access their accessibility guide

 

Disability (Accessibility Version)

Disability

Sisters of Frida

Sisters of Frida is a collective of disabled women looking to discuss, share experiences and explore intersectional possibilities. They fight for a future in which disabled women are empowered, celebrated, informed, connected, and valued.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sistersoffrida/?hc_location=ufi
Twitter: https://twitter.com/sisofrida
Website: http://www.sisofrida.org/
Email: hello@sisofrida.org

Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People

The Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People (GMCDP) works to promote the independence and integration of disabled people in society, to identify and challenge the discrimination faced by disabled people, to encourage and support the self-organisation of disabled people, and to ensure disabled people have equal rights in society and in access to opportunities.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gmcdp
Twitter: https://twitter.com/gmcdp
Website: https://www.gmcdp.com/
Email: info@gmcdp.com

Manchester Disabled People Against Cuts

DPAC is an organisation fighting austerity and the disproportionate effect of cuts on disabled people. It is for activists against government policies which target the poor and those with chronic health conditions.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/disabledpeopleagainstcuts/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/McrDPAC
Website: https://dpac.uk.net/
Email: ManchesterDPAC@gmail.com