CastleCourt supporting Disability Action in Charity Partnership

CastleCourt Shopping Centre in Belfast city centre has chosen Disability Action NI as their Charity Partner for 2019-2020. Read more

Disabled people research how to protect their well-being and human rights

The DRILL (Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning) Programme, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, has recently awarded £100,000 in funding to Queen’s University Belfast to undertake a piece of research titled ‘Getting Our Voices Heard (GOVH)’. Read more

PIP Information Events in June

You are invited to attend a PIP information event being held in partnership with Disability Action in Belfast, Derry, Enniskillen and Newry in June. Read more

The ‘Is it me?’ Research Survey

Do you work with, or have you worked with, disabled people? We are interested in what you have to say. The ‘Is it Me?’ research is looking at how attitudes towards disabled people in the adult social care system affects their independent living choices. Read more

Future Funding for Disability Employment Services

Uncertain times ahead! NIUSE Policy Group launches briefing paper “Future Funding for Disability Employment Services” Read more

NEW Face 2 Face Project - Only a small number of places remaining

Do you want to work with new people, learn about your rights and work to change things for ALL disabled people in NI? Are you disabled, aged 18-24 and interested in understanding your rights and campaigning? If so Face 2 Face may be of interest. Read more

EUSE Conference on Supported Employment 2019

Disability Action, through our Job Match programme, is taking part in the European Union of Supported Employment (EUSE) Conference on Supported Employment next week, 27-29 May 2019. Read more

The Big Learning Disability Survey

Mencap is running a national survey of people with a learning disability in the UK. They hope the research will help to fill in knowledge gaps and help provide better support to people with a learning disability. They would particularly like to hear from people in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Read more

CALL FOR Research Participants - Have your say about Adult Social Care

If you are a disabled person in Northern Ireland who has experience of adult social care, we would like to interview you. Help us with our research - have your say about adult social care. Read more