Inclusion London supports over 70 Deaf and Disabled Organisations working across every London borough. Through these organisations, their reach extends to over 70,000 Disabled Londoners.
Inclusion London’s mission is to promote Deaf and Disabled people’s equality and inclusion. They do this by supporting Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations to have a strong and influential collective voice and to deliver empowering and effective services to Deaf and Disabled Londoners. They are the only organisation run by and for Deaf and Disabled people working across every borough in London.
Inclusion London was set up in 2008. Since then they have built a strong reputation for delivering effective, accessible services that upskill, strengthen and support London’s Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations, and for voicing and representing the views of Deaf and Disabled Londoners.
Their vision is an inclusive London, free of disabling barriers, where diversity and human rights are valued and where Deaf and Disabled Londoners have dignity, independence and equality of opportunity.
All their work is based on, and reflects the Social Model of Disability and the Cultural Model of Deafness.
They are committed to working in an accessible and inclusive way. They are passionate about the unique contribution DDPOs make in promoting equality and inclusion and they are committed to increasing Deaf and Disabled people’s leadership of their organisations.
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