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AGM 2020 and Annual Conference

Disability Rights UK AGM 2020 and Annual Conference

We are delighted to invite you to our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and annual conference on Wednesday 25th November from 12 noon.

Click here to register for DR UK AGM and Conference.


The day will kick off with our AGM at 12pm-1.20pm. Join us to hear about what we have been doing in the past year, about our new strategy and how we have responded to the pandemic. This year, due to the current circumstances, we are asking that all members cast their votes in advance online or by post.

The DR UK strategy
We plan to foster a movement in which disabled people lead change. We hope you will join us to hear how the strategy was developed and what we hope to achieve with you, our members, in the coming years.

Members of DR UK will be sent an information pack and it can also be downloaded below. Please remember to cast your votes if you are a member by Friday November 20th.

If you would like to become a member or you have any queries please email us at members@disabilityrightsuk.org or call us on 0330 995 0400.

If posting your voting forms please note that they need to arrive by Friday 20th November. You should post completed forms to: AGM 2020, Disability Rights UK, Plexal, Here East, 14 East Bay Lane, E20 3BS.

BSL interpretation and live captioning will be available throught.

Click here to register for DR UK AGM and Conference.

AGM documents

DR UK Annual Conference from 1.30pm to 4pm

We, Disabled people, are 20% of the population. We are friends, family members, colleagues, and neighbours. We are part of society and contribute to all aspects of life - We Belong. 

This is a pivotal moment for disabled people. It is 25 years after the Disability Discrimination Act. We are reeling from the impacts of Coronavirus. And it is just months before the government publishes its National Disability Strategy. Join us for a get together of disabled people, to share our stories, learn from one another and to contribute to a better future.

The conference will be held online, using Zoom. The event is hosted by Sophie Morgan, the award-winning disability advocate and social entrepreneur. It will include interviews with life-long campaigners such as Baroness Jane Campbell. We will celebrate our contribution and share the early outcomes of our We Belong campaign. We will also explore what the government’s forthcoming National Disability Strategy should include.

Host  - Sophie Morgan


  • Clenton Farquharson MBE, passionate campaigner and advocate, he is chair of Think Local Act Personal and ambassador of DR UK. Clenton was named on Disability News Services’ list of influential disabled people.
  • Baroness Campbell of Surbiton, driven by a fierce passion for equality and human rights, but most importantly a love of her community and a hatred of injustice
  • Shaun Webster, MBE, human rights campaigner with the charity, CHANGE
  • Saba Salman, journalist and author of Made Possible, Stories of success by people with learning disabilities

Further interviewees to be announced.

BSL interpretation and live captioning will be available.

Click here to register for DR UK AGM and Conference.

Conference documents