Muscular Dystrophy UK’s Trailblazers network has a new home from 2 September 2020 at pan-disability charity Whizz-Kidz.

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  • EHRC throw their weight behind Trailblazers


    The Equality and Human Rights Commission today threw their weight behind Trailblazers - The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign's nationwide network of 16 to 30 year-olds fighting for the rights of young disabled people.

  • Represent your region at the Transport Report launch in Parliament


    Trailblazers will launching our new report on the state of accessible public transport in the UK on Tuesday May 5th at the Houses of Parliament in London

  • Reaching out around the world


    Keen readers of the blogging section of the Trailblazers website will have noticed that the network has recently expanded it's reach. Indeed, Trailblazers have our first international member, Varun Mukim, from Dehli in India

  • Great design and IT training opportunities for Trailblazers


    How would you like to have the chance to learn new IT and graphic design skills?

    If so, the NeuroMuscular Centre (NMC) in Cheshire, which is part of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, offers accredited weekly half day and

  • Accessibites – A dangerous proposal


    A new proposal by Mayor Boris Johnson has been met with criticism from disabled people.

  • Accessibites – Equal access at football grounds


    Danny Wallace, a former Man Utd and England footballer, the Ambassador for the Kick It Out campaign against racism, is now helping in the fight for better facilities for football s

  • DAN strikes again!


    Members of the Disabled People’s Direct Action Network hit the streets of Birmingham on 30th  March to protest against the lack of accessible housing and personal assist

  • Earn money by testing websites!


    Systems Concept want to make sure websites are enjoyed by everyone, and are currently looking for adults and children with specific ability needs to help them assess the usability of websites. For those of you who are already actively involved in using th

  • Help make London more accessible for 2012


    The survey addresses a number of factors including - best and worst things about London; attractions that are difficult to visit due to accessibility issues; and practical changes that hotels could make.

    The Deputy Mayor in partnership with the Nationw

  • Builidng you CV

    Build your CV with Trailblazers


    Within the YAA there are four award levels and Trailblazers should all be able to achieve Gold - an award that requires the completion of seven 15 hour challenges and a final presentation - due to your planning, organising, and leadership activities.

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