Have You Ever Wished You Could Change The System? 

Well, Now You Can… 

We’re Building Political Power For Disabled People Through Education & Mentorship

Unlock Your Potential with “Disability & Democracy”

Empower Change, Influence Policy, and Lead with Confidence

Join our transformative journey and become a pivotal force in creating a more accessible world. “Disability & Democracy” is more than a course; it’s a pathway to impactful activism, influential leadership, and meaningful political participation. Dive deep into meticulously crafted modules that empower you with essential skills, from crafting compelling messages to strategic campaign planning, all designed with accessibility at the forefront.

Why This Course?

  • Catalysts for Change: Activists, influencers, and politicians drive societal transformation. Equip yourself to be among these change-makers.
  • Comprehensive Learning: Explore ten in-depth modules that cover every aspect of political engagement, tailored for inclusivity and impact.
  • Real-World Application: Practical exercises and a capstone project translate your learning into actionable strategies for advocating accessibility and inclusivity.
  • Community and Support: Join a movement dedicated to reshaping democracy to include all voices. Benefit from a supportive network, financial aid options, and accommodations to ensure the course is accessible to everyone.

Ready to Make a Difference? Register your interest now and step into your role as a leader in the movement for disability rights and inclusive democracy. Be the change you wish to see—secure your place today and start your journey of transformation.

George Baker

General Secretary , The Disability Union

Did you know?

Over 20% of the population are Disabled and yet there are only 5 MPs who openly identify as Disabled. This is only 0.7% of the total number of MPs in the UK.


14% of local authority councillors are openly disabled


Only 5 MPs openly identify as disabled


14% of local authority councillors are openly Disabled, proving that, although this number is still too low, it is possible to increase the number of Disabled People in elected positions and that Disabled people want to be involved in politics

Disabled People have a unique contribution to make that would help solve important national questions such as the funding and organisation of social care, the benefit system and how to deal with our ageing population. It is vital, that we are included and represented in all these discussions.  

The Disability Union, and the disability rights movement in general, believe there must be “nothing about us without us” and this program is about making that a reality. If you are interested in hearing more about Disability & Democracy, please fill in the form below:

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Email: support@disabilityunion.co.uk

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