Our Human Rights Policy & Engagement Officer, Rosalind Tyler-Greig recently spent time at the United Nations, with colleagues from other Disabled People’s Organisations. Read on to find out exactly what they were there for! – UNCRPD blog 1
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Successive British governments and other public bodies are failing to fulfill pledges they signed up to under a major international disability rights convention, campaigners have told a United Nations (UN) committee. A range of disability… Continue Reading Disabled People hold UK Government to account over human rights