Its mission is to act as a collective, representative voice of disabled people, promoting equality, rights and social justice.
Welcome to our website and thanks for taking the time to look us up.
GDA is a membership-led organisation of disabled people and groups in Glasgow. Our mandated mission is to act as the collective, representative voice of disabled people and their groups, promoting equality, rights and social justice. GDA has a membership of over 1800 disabled people and is the biggest groundswell of disabled members in Scotland, if not, the UK.
GDA strives to empower disabled people to be full and active citizens, living independent lives and fulfilling their potential. For disabled people in Glasgow, Scotland and across the whole world, Independent Living is not about having to do things by ourselves: it's actually about having the right support and assistance to enable us to make choices for our lives and to be in control of our own destiny!
Please take a few minutes to look through our site and find out about GDA and disabled people in Glasgow. Our contact details are there if you'd like to give us a call or send an email or text.
View all of our reports in the new reports section.
GDA have filmed a range of accessible short films, please click here to view them.
“The outperformance of targets reflects the exceptional levels of promotional activity that GDA has carried out in order to access disabled people from across the city and other equalities networks" PZA, External Evaluation
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