External events - Real

Real hosts the House of Lords for a review of the Equality Act

PRESS RELEASE: LORDS COMMITTEE VISIT DISABILITY SUPPORT ORGANISATION TO DISCUSS EQUALITY LEGISLATION -Committee on the Equality Act 2010 hears from disabled people at Real, in Tower Hamlets- A House of Lords committee has met with disability support organisation Real, as part of its investigation into how well the Equality Act 2010 is working for disabled […]

Press release: Disabled people in Tower Hamlets appeal to the Mayor – 5 September 2014

There is light at the end of the tunnel for disabled people in Tower Hamlets following an unprecedented decision with cross-party support at an important meeting of councillors. All eyes are now looking to the Mayor of Tower Hamlets to overturn an earlier decision, given that it appears he was not given full and complete […]

Press release – Disabled people descend on Tower Hamlets Council

400 people have signed a petition calling on Tower Hamlets Council to rethink their decision to take a key contract providing support services for disabled and older people away from a respected local user-led organisation and instead give it to a national organisation. And today (2 September 2014, 18:00 – 19:15) over 20 of them […]

Details for Tuesday’s lobby, and tell us you’re coming please!

The purpose of the Lobby tomorrow is to make sure that both the councillors and the Mayor know how much people care about this and that they are being watched. The more people we get there, the more difference we will make. This really is about helping save this service for local disabled and older […]

Help organise our lobby of the Council

We are going to be holding a lobby outside of Tower Hamlets Town Hall, Mulberry Place, Tuesday 2 September. This is just before the Overview and Scrutiny Committee meeting that will be considering this issue. If you live locally, do come along. To ensure this campaign is led by the people we support, we’re going to have a […]

Calling all social services users and carers

Information about a consultation event on 15 July by LBTH about the new Social Care Act and what it means for users of social services and carers

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