Disabled young people from Wolverhampton took the opportunity to put questions to a Government Minister at a conference organised by national disability charity Include Me TOO and sponsored by the Equality & Human Rights Commission.
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Prime Minister’s Supporting Statement “I would like to reiterate my support for the important principles behind “Include Me TOO” Charter. We all have a responsibility to work together so that all disabled children, young people and their families have the opportunities to lead the lives they aspire to. I am encouraged by the work of… Read more »
On Wednesday 8th July 2009, Include Me TOO a national charity attended No 10 Downing and met with the Policy Unit to discuss how the Government may consider supporting the implementation of the National Include Me TOO Charter of Rights for Disabled Children and Young People as a signatory to the Charter.
Sebastian Coe KBE, Chair, London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Para Olympic Games (LOCOG) signs up to the National Include Me TOO Charter of Rights for Disabled Children & Young People at the official opening of the Coventry Excel Centre on 12th December 2008.
3rd Include Me TOO Annual National Conference 2008 – Thursday 4th December 2008, 9.30 – 4.00pm Molineux Stadium, Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV1 4QR The conference was a Celebration of International Disabled People’s Day in partnership with Race for Health and was sponsored by Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Dear Colleagues, We warmly invite you to join us and celebrate the Include Me TOO song launch here in Wolverhampton on Tuesday 18th November 2008, 11.00am at Wolverhampton HMV Shop, The Mander Centre. Disabled children and young people from Wolverhampton wrote and produced the “Include Me TOO” song and will be attending this event.
NATIONAL CHARTY LAUNCHES CHARTER OF RIGHTS FOR DISABLED CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE On Thursday 11th September 2008 Include Me TOO launched the National Charter of Rights for Disabled Children and Young People, endorsed by the three main political parties, national charities and Children’s Commissioner Sir Al Aynsley-Green. The Launch took place at the Children’s Commissioners… Read more »
Safeguarding Black and other Minority Ethnic communities, Deaf and Disabled children Seminar took place on Thursday, 13 March 2008 Workshops were facilitated by NSPCC and Include Me TOO discussions focused on:
Disabled Children and Young People visit Parliament for Cross Party Endorsements for thier Rights. On Wednesday 25th April 2007 Disabled Children, Young People and Parents/Carers from different parts of the UK paid a special and historical visit to Parliament. The visit was to mark the occasion of the fact that for the very first time… Read more »