Consultation on Inclusion London's campaigning priorities and training on Public Sector Equality Duty

What this event is about: Inclusion London would like to invite organisations run by disabled or deaf people (DDPOs) to a meeting where we will discuss our campaigning plans and set priorities for our future campaigns, policy and justice work. This is a great opportunity to talk about our shared campaigns and influence Inclusion London’s work. We will also share information on what support is available for DDPOs from our Policy, Campaigns and Justice team.

After this we will have a training session, delivered by Louise Whitfield, solicitor at Deighton Pierce Glynn. In this training you will learn how to use Public Sector Equality Duty to challenge the decisions of public bodies. The training will cover:

  • What Public Sector Equality Duty is and how it can make a difference to our work;
  • How it can be used effectively to scrutinise and challenge decisions about policies and decisions in individual cases;
  • How it can be used to lobby for positive change, encourage co-production and involvement of disabled people and DDPOs in policy-making.

This event is for organisations run by disabled or deaf people (DDPOs) only.

Booking for this event has now closed.