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Disability justice

More Disabled Londoners than ever face poverty, inequality and exclusion. We fund Deaf and Disabled People's Organisations to campaign for the systematic change we need for a fairer society.

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Bromley Experts by Experience

Deaf and Disabled people and their organisations have secured significant advances towards the goal of equity and inclusion in the UK. But now, after decades of disproportionate cuts to support and services, growing numbers of Disabled Londoners face high levels of poverty, inequality and exclusion.

As a result, Deaf and Disabled people’s organisations (DDPOs) have fewer resources to fight for change.

We've created a £3 million disability justice Fund in partnership with City Bridge Trust. The fund aims to give Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations a stronger voice and more power to demand the systematic change we need for a fair society.


of households in London with a disabled person in the family are in poverty

Get in touch

Joanna leads on our disability justice fund and Jané and Austin support our strengthening voice realising rights (SVRR) funded partners