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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
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Our I Can Make It Campaign aims to lower the gap in employment between disabled people and non-disabled people.This will be done using existing spending by businesses and local government to make new jobs.
- 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.
- 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.
- Win Win Alliance - Disability Rights UK heads up a user-led consortium as one of 22 strategic partners in the voluntary sector for a programme commissioned by the Department of Health, NHS England and Public Health England. As a strategic partner we are well placed to raise particular challenges facing our members.