The Disabled People's Archive team have put together a small exhibition of material relating to DAN (Disabled People’s Direct Action Network) which is currently on display at Manchester Central Library.
One of our executive committee members, Dennis, gave a short talk at the RMT (The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers) disabled members’ conference last Friday.
The Young Creatives Project is a collaboration project with GMCDP, Archives+ and Contact. It gives time for young disabled people to share lived experiences, research the history of disabled protest and develop creative skills.
We are seeking a judicial review of how the DWP use a computer algorithm to pick disabled people to be investigated for fraud, because we think it is unfair.
The stages of a judicial review process are:
It is with deepest regret that GMCDP has learnt of the sad passing of Mike Marrow (47).
Join us and Greater Manchester Disabled People's Panel online on Monday 7th February from 4.30-5.30pm for a conversation between Mayor Andy Burnham and disabled people in Greater Manchester.
As work begains cataloguing items in the Dsiabled People's Archived, housed at Manchester Central LIbrary, you can view items from the collection on the archive's accessible website at di
On Saturday 4th December GMCDP was part of an event at the People's History Museum to celebrate the International Day of Disabled People and to promote the Disabled People's Archive and the forthcoming "Nothing About Us Without Us" exhibition on t
Last week we hosted a successful event about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled People (UNCRDP) and how people in the north west of England feel about whether their human rights under the convention are being met here in the U
We are looking forward to taking part in two in-person events in Manchester in the first week of December!
A celebration of International Day of Disabled People