GDA Manifesto 2017: Accessible Glasgow for AllFilm
Disabled people in Glasgow face higher poverty, unemployment, exclusion, Hate Crime and discrimination. It's time for action.
Here are the 5 actions we want Glasgow City Council to take, from May 2017, to support our rights, and work with us to make Glasgow a world-leading Accessible City.Watch video
GDA Presents: The Purple Poncho PlayersFilm
GDA's dramatic wing uses comedy, music and drama to convey their real-life stories and hard-hitting messages to audiences of influential people!Watch video
We are GDAFilm
GDA members explain who GDA is and what we do together.Watch video
Social Capital Evaluation (2016)Publication
Read the report in full, with a foreword by Angela Constance MSP, the then Cabinet Secretary for Communities, Social Security and Equalities.Download Now
Manifesto for Equal Participation (2016)Publication
This Manifesto maps out what needs to happen so disabled people can make our full and equal contribution to a thriving Scotland.
For a fairer Scotland, disabled people need Equal Participation.Download Now
Manifesto for Action on Independent LivingPublication
This Manifesto for Independent Living formed the basis of GDA members’ campaign to Glasgow during the last local elections, leading to Glasgow’s current Independent Living Strategy.Download Now