This report tells the story of GDA's Particpatory Budgeting work and sets out what needs to happen so that disabled people can be included in decisions about their communities.
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Look at our latest activities for our members. Free transport, lunch & personal assistance is available at all GDA events!
Our events are free, fun and accessible.
2 years on from the launch of a Fairer Scotland for Disabled People Delivery plan, GDA highlights the importance of local partnerships for realising Scotland's UNRPD ambitions. We call for Regional Delivery plans coproduced with local disabled people.
40 hour programme delivered over 8 full days. Develop your skills, experience and attributes necessary for employment. Identify and access other support and services that can help you find a job and stay in work.
Activate is a certificated 12 week programme delivered in partnership with the University of Glasgow. The course is an introduction to Community Development and includes topics like globalisation, community activism, working together for change and inequality.
GDA Events & Learning Bulletin. Spring 2019. (March – May)
Free transport, lunch & personal assistance at all GDA events!
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Details of more courses and how to apply for a free place at the end >>>>
Do you claim disability benefits? ESA, PIP, DLA, Attendance Allowance? You may be entitled to Disability Premiums - Get help to claim them now, before they disappear, under Universal Credit! Download our Rights Now Leaflet or contact us to find out more
2 Page Briefing urging Glasgow's Integrated Joint Board not to approve the current system for allocating Social Care resources - to open up dialogue about a better way of doing things to uphold human rights.