Glasgow Disability Alliance
Run by and for disabled people, we have 5000+ members across Greater Glasgow — diverse disabled people, people with long term conditions, and member organisations led by disabled people; and a thriving network of associate members — people, partners and allies who support our aims.
Our programmes support disabled people and those with long term conditions across Glasgow – you do not need to be a member to take part.
Our free, accessible learning and events:
- Bring people together
- Build confidence and connections
- Unlock opportunities to participate, contribute, and use your voice
- Transport, personal assistance, and communication support provided
Membership is free!
Join GDA for updates on all our events and opportunities.
We are Recruiting!
Policy and Participation Coordinator: New Vacancy on the GDA team! GDA’s Future Visions project has been supporting disabled people of Glasgow to play a leading…Read More
COVID-19 £500 thank you payment for PAs
Please let your PAs know! A dedicated online and paper based application form, administered by Scotland Excel on behalf of the Scottish Government, was launched…Read More
GDA voices – celebrating Refugee Week
GDA’s black and minority ethnic network brings together disabled people from diverse cultural backgrounds across Glasgow – including members of our refugee and asylum seeking…Read More
Browse our resources
Policy and Participation Coordinator Application PackPublication
GDA is seeking an experienced Policy Practitioner with knowledge of the Social Care Landscape in Scotland and experience of community development approaches. The post-holder will lead on supporting our Social Care Expert Group to contribute their lived experience expertise to Social Care Reform dialogues, locally and at the national level. For more details, and to apply, download the application pack below.Download Now
£500 COVID Bonus for PA’s – Information packPublicationDownload Now
GDA Voices Podcast: celebrating Refugee WeekPodcast
GDA’s black and minority ethnic network brings together disabled people from diverse cultural backgrounds across Glasgow – including members of our refugee and asylum seeking community. This episode celebrates their voices, strengths and stories, as we mark #RefugeeWeek and Refugee Festival Scotland. Thanks to Jamila Sheikh, GDA’s Community Development Officer, and Beinn Watson, for producing the episode – and huge thanks to GDA members for sharing their stories.Listen Now