Glasgow Disability Alliance

COVID-19: We have adapted what we do and how we work during the current pandemic. Read more about GDA’s COVID-response

GDA members on stage at a conference

Participation, Policy and Partnerships

GDA’s Vision requires change and collaboration from the highest level. While our programmes build disabled people’s capacity and confidence to speak out and share their expertise, our partnership work builds relationships and opportunities for dialogue, involvement and co-design of policies and plans, to deliver the change we need.

 

Social Security and Poverty
Health and Social Care
Participatory Budgeting and Local Democracy
Employability and Volunteering
Tackling Isolation
Accessible Environment and Public Realm

 

See also our Voices and Peer Support page for more examples of how GDA peer groups – Young Disabled People, Older Disabled People, GDA’s Women’s Network, BME member’s network and LGBT Disabled People Space – are shaping and contributing to decisions that affect them.

 


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