Confident, connected, contributing

Glasgow Disability Alliance (GDA) is a membership organisation run by and for disabled people. 

We have over 4500 members across Greater Glasgow - and counting!

Our free, accessible learning and events 

- bring people together 

- build confidence and connections

- unlock opportunities to participate, contribute and use your voice!

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Social Security Conversations - Disability Benefits

Tuesday, 30th April, 2019

Consultation event coming up on Tuesday 30th April - Social Security Conversations on Disability Benefits. Hear about new plans for disability benefits in Scotland and share your ideas and views for building better Disability Assistance benefits.

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Activate Programme Information Day

Thursday, 2nd May, 2019

Activate is a certificated 12 week programme delivered in partnership with the University of Glasgow.

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Family fund - helping disabled children

Family Fund are holding an information and support day to provide more information about support services, grants and information available to families with disabled children or young disabled people.

Consultation In Kelvinhall 2017

Working together for change on Byres Road

GDA has been delighted to be involved and working closely with Glasgow City Council on the proposals for a £9.5m redevelopment of Byres Road over the past two and a half years.

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International audiences wowed by Glasgow's empowered Disabled People

In a whirlwind week, Glasgow's Disabled People have wowed visitors to the city from more than 70 countries, showcasing GDA's model of peer support, empowerment and participation, to a rousing chorus of latest PPP hit: 'People Make Glasgow, People Make Change'.

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GDA are award winners in 2019!

GDA were winners of the ‘outstanding practice and dedication to sensory loss and inclusion in a local area’ Award at Deaf Scotland’s Communication for All Awards on Friday!