Confident, connected, contributing

Glasgow Disability Alliance (GDA) is a membership organisation run by and for disabled people. 

We have over 5000 members across Greater Glasgow - and counting! We are controlled by our Full members: disabled people and disabled people led organisations (DPOs).  We also have a thriving network of Associate members: people, partners and allies who support our aims.  

Our free, accessible learning and events 

- bring people together 

- build confidence and connections

- unlock opportunities to participate, contribute and use your voice!

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Inclusion Scotland Content Preparation Internship with STV

In partnership with Inclusion Scotland’s “WeCanWork” internship programme, STV are offering a paid internship opportunity within their Broadcast Technology and Operations team to applicants who self-define as disabled under the Equalities Act 2010.

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Drivers for Change challenge poverty

Every barrier faced by disabled people in Glasgow today is underpinned or exacerbated by poverty and austerity – so say our Drivers for Change network who met yesterday to contribute their voices and lived experience to this year’s #ChallengePovertyWeek.

Social Care Poverty

Social care and poverty

Social care is a right that is fundamental to other rights: rights to education, health and work. Without it, many disabled people are left unsupported and unable to participate. This inevitably leads to poverty of income and opportunity.

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Accessing your Rights Now!

The UK social security system is a complex web – so much so that it is often difficult to navigate alone.