UK Deaf Sport are asking the Government to end the discrimination against elite deaf athletes by funding them to compete at the Deaflympics, on par with their support for Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
The government has launched a new strategy with an aim of getting 3.5 million people more active, but with very little acknowledgement of the current inaccessibility of activity for groups such as Disabled people.
Read about Sport England’s new impact report into the work they’ve been doing to improve physical activity.
This is the latest report from British Cycling into Disabled people’s cycling experiences.
This news story details the letter that Level Playing Field is writing to the organisers of the Olympics and Paralympics.
This news story details new research highlighting the negative impacts of the cost of living crisis on Disabled people getting active.
This story describes the latest job posting at Disability Rights UK for a Digital Content Officer.
This news story details our upcoming Co-production roundtable and includes details on how to get involved.
This story discusses recent research into the negative effects of busy, polluted roads.
This news story outlines the results and research of Activity Alliance’s ‘Inclusive recovery’ research report.
This short news story gives details of the new activity finder created by disability charity Sense.
This story details the funding we received from Sport England to become partners and tackle inequalities.
This news update details the latest job posting – the Project Manager maternity cover role at Get Yourself Active.
This news story explains the results of Sport England’s latest Active Lives survey, which measures the activity levels of people across England.
This news update details the social care training we launched in partnership with SPECTRUM Centre for Independent Living.
This news update details workshops we produced in collaboration with social purpose consultancy Traverse. These were aimed at Together Fund organisations.