Confident, connected, contributing

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

We have 3500 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!

Who We Are

Upcoming Events

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Food Safety

Cook Safe & Emergency First Aid

Thursday, 22nd March, 2018

Learn about healthy eating and how to safely prepare meals. • Cookery demonstration - a healthy lunch cooked for you! • Learn first aid basics. • Find out what to do, and what not to do in an emergency! • Open to all ages.

Young People Group

Dare to Dream!

Saturday, 24th March, 2018

Find out about an amazing project by ILF Scotland for young disabled people aged 15 - 21 Learn to set your own goals - learning to drive, being more independent and more! Develop an action plan, get help on the day to apply for money you need to meet your goals!

Sports Day

Sports Day!

Tuesday, 27th March, 2018

Have fun trying out a range of sporting activities! • Improve your fitness. • Learn teamwork skills. • All activities are accessible for wheelchair users. • Open to all ages.

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Employer-ability and The Business of Equality

Employing more disabled people is not only good for society - it's good for business too!

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Empowerment in Action!

What does Community Empowerment look like? Ask 400+ GDA members!

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“Poverty is not inevitable”: and disability equality could hold the key to eradicating it."

With Child Poverty set to soar under Universal Credit, this week the Scottish Parliament voted unanimously to set historic, statutory targets to eradicate child poverty in Scotland, and “transform the prospects of generations to come”.

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“Austerity – the mother of invention?”

UK Social Care Minister celebrating council cuts in Westminster this week shows how undervalued disabled people’s lives and contributions are. Social Care needs to be recognized as an infrastructural investment in Scotland's social and economic prosperity.