Full list of news and events

Full list of news and events

Nov 01 2018

Lambeth Children’s Homes Redress Scheme

Were you a child living in Shirley Oaks or another Lambeth Children's Home and/or attending Shirley Oaks Primary School anytime between the 1930s and 1990s? Did you suffer abuse or have a fear of abuse at the hands of a member of staff? If so, you are likely to be entitled to compensation through Lambeth Council's Children's Homes Redress Scheme. You can apply until 1st January 2020.
Oct 17 2018

Housing & Hate Crime against Disabled People

10am to 1.30pm with light lunch til 2pm
Ground floor, 336 Brixton Road SW9 7AA

Oct 12 2018

Met the Met on 13th October to talk about Hate Crime

#NHCAW 2018
Saturday 13th to 20th October

Sep 28 2018

Can you help #TransportJustice Crowdfunder?

Only a matter of days left to raise the £2300 missing, so that Disabled people can take transport discrimination cases to court
Sep 28 2018

Would you like free sessions of QiGong?

Nath Fernandes from VEUcan contacted us to find out if Disabled people in Lambeth would like some free sessions.

He is currently working with a Tai Chi teacher called Sally who does some amazing work with Cerebral Palsy Midlands adapting the art for Disabled people with her mantra being “If you can breathe, you can do it”.

They are currently in discussions about running a trial session in London in the next few months, are you interested?
Sep 28 2018

Are you a Deaf or Disabled person interested in policing and crime issues?

Would you like to work with the Metropolitan Police Service to increase knowledge and insight of the issues affecting Deaf and Disabled Londoners?
If so, you may be interested in becoming an Independent Advisor on the Disability Independent Advisory group to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS). This is a non paid voluntary role.
Sep 27 2018

We are 336 Open Day

Do you have a personal or professional interest in disability and other related issues?
Then come and find out what is going on at London’s largest disability hub.

Date: Thursday 27th September
Time: 10.00am to 3.00pm
Location: We are 336 Building at 336
Brixton Road, London, SW9 7AA
Sep 24 2018

Tell ALLFIE about your experience of school Accessibility Plans

Tell us about your experience of school Accessibility Plans. How effective are they?
Sep 20 2018

Savers to earn 50p for every £1 saved thanks to Help to Save

Press release from DWP, Published 12 September 2018 by HM Treasury, HM Revenue & Customs, and John Glen MP

Help to Save means low-income savers on tax credits and Universal Credit can get a 50% bonus from the government on whatever they manage to save.

Link to Help to Save
Sep 18 2018

Short Breaks Consultation 3rd September - 11th November 2018

Lambeth Council's Short Breaks contract expires on 21st March 2019 and they want to hear your views on new proposals for their short breaks programme.
Sep 14 2018

Advice Drop In Sessions for SEN & CWD

The next Drop-In Advice Session from Lambeth Special Educational Needs (SEN) & Children With Disabilities (CWD) teams is Wednesday 19th September 2018, 10.30-11.30 at We are 336, 336 Brixton Road, SW9 7AA
Sep 10 2018

Let’s Dance - leave your ego at the door

Disability Advice Service Lambeth (DASL) and People First Lambeth have launched a fully accessible afternoon dance event in Pop Brixton. It’s a great exercise and mood enhancer, every second Monday every month.

1.45pm to 3pm
Pop Box, Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Road, SW9

Sep 06 2018

Help shape services for victims of crime

The deadline for completing the online survey has been extended.
Sep 06 2018

Empowering Disabled People to combat Hate Crime

“Housing & Hate Crime against Disabled People”
Wednesday 17 October 2018
10am to 2pm
“We are 336”, 336 Brixton Road, SW9 7AA
Call 020 7501 8976 to book your ticket or Book via eventbrite

Aug 23 2018

Disability hate crime on social media - survey on what action should the government take?

A cross-party group of MPs believe that social media companies and the Government have failed disabled users and must act urgently.

To ensure the views of disabled people are heard, the Petitions Committee have launched a consultation on their draft recommendations for action.