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Equality Together

We are a local user-led organisation for disabled people, their carers and families. Our services are currently available to people who live in the Bradford Metropolitan District.
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Information and Advice

Equality Together provides free, impartial, independent and confidential advice to those with complex and continuing health care conditions including but not exclusive to those relating to age, disability, sensory needs, learning disability and mental health issues.

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Self and Group Advocacy

Self Advocacy is about taking control of decisions about yourself and telling others what you want. At Equality Together, our aim is to help you speak up and have your voice heard. We’ve got a few ways of doing this.

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Equipment Hire

We have a fleet of lightweight wheelchairs and other equipment for disabled users upon request at affordable prices.

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Social Updates

If you have any questions you can connect with us on our social networks.

23 minutes ago

Equality Together
Since its adoption by the UN General Assembly on 13 December 2006, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled People (CRDP) has been a major global catalyst for the progression of disabled people’s rights. The CRDP became one of the most quickly supported international human rights treaties in history and it now has 163 signatories. Governments who ratify the CRDP agree to be examined every few years to check how far the rights of Deaf and Disabled people set out in the treaty are being fulfilled. Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations (DPPOs) play a key role in the examination process, submitting “shadow” reports to the UN Committee responsible for the CRPD. ... See MoreSee Less
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Equality Together
Since its adoption by the UN General Assembly on 13 December 2006, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled People (CRDP) has been a major global catalyst for the progression of disabled people’s rights. The CRDP became one of the most quickly supported international human rights treaties in history and it now has 163 signatories. Governments who ratify the CRDP agree to be examined every few years to check how far the rights of Deaf and Disabled people set out in the treaty are being fulfilled. Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations (DPPOs) play a key role in the examination process, submitting “shadow” reports to the UN Committee responsible for the CRPD. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Equality Together
TODAY! From 10am till 3:30pm, come and join the Bradford & District Disabled People's Forum, as we re-launchThe forum is led by disabled people and shaped by their views and experiences. We want to ensure it remains a strong voice in the area so we want you to be part of our forum going forwards.You can have your say! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Equality Together
Tomorrow, Tuesday 26th October from 10am till 3:30pm, come and join the Bradford & District Disabled People's Forum, as we re-launchThe forum is led by disabled people and shaped by their views and experiences. We want to ensure it remains a strong voice in the area so we want you to be part of our forum going forwards.You can have your say! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Equality Together
Tomorrow, Tuesday 26th October from 10am till 3:30pm, come and join the Bradford & District Disabled People's Forum, as we re-launchThe forum is led by disabled people and shaped by their views and experiences. We want to ensure it remains a strong voice in the area so we want you to be part of our forum going forwards.You can have your say! ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Equality Together
On Tuesday 26th October from 10am till 3:30pm, come and join the Bradford & District Disabled People's Forum, as we re-launchThe forum is led by disabled people and shaped by their views and experiences. We want to ensure it remains a strong voice in the area so we want you to be part of our forum going forwards.You can have your say! ... See MoreSee Less
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