Trailblazers met in Glasgow for day of workshops.
Today is the day that disabled people have been waiting for – section 165 and 167 of the Equality Act 2010 are officially commenced, offering new protection to disabled people.
A new report released yesterday by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) says that despite new legal protections, 20 years since the Disability Discrimination Act disable
Eurostar change their booking procedure for disabled passengers following public outcry over treatment of campaigner with muscle-wasting condition.
Layla Harding, who is a member of our Trailblazers network, has been in the news after raising a complaint with Eurostar who wanted to charge her extra for her wheelchair.
Supporter Sulaiman Khan, who has congenital muscular dystrophy, features in a witty new short film by BBC Three called ‘Things not to say to someone who uses a wheelchair'.
On Saturday, Trailblazers from across the UK met in London to attend ‘Let’s Get Campaigning’.
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Transport Minister Andrew Jones announced plans to fine taxi drivers for discriminating against wheelchair users
The Minister for Housing and Planning agreed to meet with Trailblazers to discuss accessible toilet facilities for disabled people during a House of Commons debate yesterday.