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Disability related projects and programmes

Disability Rights UK projects and programmes aim to support the aspirations of disabled people in work, life and leisure

Disabled Apprentice Network


The Disabled Apprenticeship Network (DAN) is convened by Disability Rights UK and aims to help the Department for Education improve the diversity and accessibility of apprenticeships.

Disability and Skills Unit


The Disability and Skills Unit is dedicated to supporting disabled people to pursue their goals, ambitions and aspirations for work, education and skills development.



DRILL (Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning) is a Four Nation Programme which delivers the world's first major research led by disabled people. 


Get Ahead


Get Ahead is a toolkit and resource co-produced with and for disabled young people and provides information, resources and online links to post-16 options that are available in education, training and work. It is a platform where young people can have  their voice heard and share the many talents they have.

Get Out Get Active



Our Get Out Get Active (GOGA) Peer Support project trains disabled and non-disabled people to become mentors, matching them to support someone who wants to be more active, but might be experiencing barriers.

Get Yourself Active


Our Get Yourself Active project aims to increase the number of disabled people playing sport and examines ways of using personal budgets to access sporting opportunities.

Leadership Academy


Our Leadership Academy Programme which aims to empower capable, confident disabled leaders in all sectors of employment and provide employers with access to a wider pool of high quality talent.

The Right to Participate


Disability Rights UK's Right to Participate project website has videos, animations, information and resources to help you find out more about the Equality Act and how to fight discrimination.

Stop Disability Hate Crime


Stop Disability Hate Crime - To truly tackle hate crime there needs to be an increase in the number of crimes, and incidents, that are reported. We have the resources to help you do this.

Tell us about your care


Tell us about your care partnership - Disability Rights UK is working with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) gathering feedback from disabled people who contact us about their experiences of using health and social care services.

Lived Experience Alliance


The Lived Experience Alliance - previously known as the Win Win Alliance - Disability Rights UK is now part of the Health and Wellbeing Alliance (HWA) working with NHS England, Department of Health and Public Health England. As part of this we coordinate the user-led Win Win Alliance – disabled people leading change (WWA).