Participatory Glasgow: Leaving no-one behind
Since September 2018, with Participatory Budgeting funds from the Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council, GDA has supported over 1000 disabled people to contribute over 8,000 hours to help shape and drive forwards a flagship Equalities approach to Participatory Budgeting in Glasgow, to ensure no-one is left behind. This report tells the story of this work and sets out what needs to happen so that disabled people can be included in decisions about their communities.
Glasgow Hate Crime Awareness Week
Sunday 18 – Saturday 24 October is Glasgow Hate Crime Awareness Week. To mark the launch of the week on Monday there will be an…Read More
Participatory Budgeting and Local Democracy
GDA was founded to support disabled people’s participation in decisions that affect us – and from our first ever big event in 2003 when we…Read More
GDA successful in securing National Lottery Award
Glasgow Disability Alliance, the largest Disabled People’s Organisation in Scotland has been successful in receiving a National Lottery award from The National Lottery Community Fund.…Read More