GDA is run by and for disabled people. We have thousands of members across Glasgow. We are free to join, run free learning and events and offer free transport for everything we do.
"Any increase in conditionality, increasing the risk of sanctions, will be counter-productive to the Green Paper's stated aim of halving the disability employment gap".
Disabled Glaswegians face higher poverty and unemployment, exclusion, isolation, Hate Crime and discrimination. Here are 5 actions our Glasgow City Councillors can take to end this crisis, and work with us to make Glasgow a world-leading Accessible City.
Read the GDA Social Capital Evaluation Report in full here.
A printed version of our upcoming courses and events
Research examining the impact of and “difference made” by Drivers for Change and the Purple Poncho Players, focusing on the social connections and social capital of GDA members taking part.
A manifesto for independent living by GDA members
This Manifesto maps out what needs to happen so disabled people can make our full and equal contribution to and thriving Scotland.