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Inclusion London logo
Disability Rights UK logo
Disabled People Against Cuts Logo
National Survivor User Network (NSUN)
Alliance for inclusive education logo, with one person in a wheelchair and one person standing in a yellow cirlce holding a sign that says education not segregation
BDA British Deaf Association
Action on disability logo - life beyond barriers
Disabled Peoples Panel Manchester Logo
action disability kensington and chelsea logo. A centre for independent living
People First logo
Shaping our lives inclusive involvement matters
HAD - Harrow association of Disabled people logo.
Harrow MS Therapy Centre Logo
Difference Logo, changing perceptions of disability

Disabled Peoples Organisations who produced and support our manifesto

Disability Positive
Bristol Independent Living Logo
Buckinghamshire Disability Service BuDS
Merton centre for independent living logo, with small icons indicating wheelchair users, a brain highlighted within someone's head, a question mark, signing hands, a person using a walking stick and a guide dog
DAIS Disability Advice Independance Support
DASL Disability Advice Service Lambeth
Dudley Centre for Inclusive Living
Disability Cornwall logo
Get Yourself Active
WECIL logo
Choices and Rights Hull and East Riding logo with an image of over 20 different Disabled people as cartoons above
Beyond Empower Logo
Breakthrough UK logo
Bury People First
Disabiliy Stockport
Embrace Logo
Greater Manchester Autism Consortium
George House and Trust
Manchester Deaf Centre
Manchester Disabled People's Access Group
Manchester People First logo
salford disability forum
People First Tameside
RADDAG Rochdale and District Disability Action Group
Active Independence
Scribble and Bloom
Changing Perspectives, equality, inclusion, justice

We are supported by our allies who are committed to equity and justice for all disabled people in the UK.

University College Union UCU
Musicians Union
Durham Student Union
Inclusion North logo

Allies who support our manifesto

About Us

We are a diverse and united collective of:

  • Deaf and Disabled people

  • Deaf and Disabled people's organisations (DDPOs) and

  • Deaf and Disabled people-led groups across the UK.


We aim to raise our voices and share our priorities for a more inclusive and accessible society.

What is a DDPO?

Deaf and Disabled People's Organisations (DDPO) are run by and for Deaf and Disabled People.

Deaf and Disabled people might make up:

  • 75% or more of the organisation's board members, or

  • 50% of an organisation's staff

  • (Or both!)

DDPOs in the UK can sign up to our manifesto on our Take Action page. We'll ask you for a few details and put you in the list of supporters. 

If your organisation is a DDPO in England, you can also get involved with DPO Forum England. Contact us for more information.


  1. Disability Rights UK. (2023). DPO Sector Analysis: Part 1. The DPO Sector Research Report (1st ed.) Page 9

  2. Inclusion London's DDPO Directory

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