Getting voices heard. Sharing views. Making progress.
Come and get involved in our co production and community journalism work.
We want to build an inclusive Camden for everyone.
We are running a number of projects which give Disabled people the power to lead on the design and shape of our communities.
Get involved in our coproduction work to design a
new employment service for Camden’s Disabled residents.
We have free training available.
Check out our new microsite CamdenDisabledVoices to join in.
You can start sending us images, videos, voicemails, texts about the issues that matter to you – your likes and dislikes.
You can also be trained up to be one of CDA’s community journalists.
We can only become stronger together. We need you!
The Camden Disabled People’s Voices project collects and shows Disabled people’s reports on the issues that matter to them.
Our reports, or stories, are a public record of Disabled people’s views on all the good things and bad things we experience in this borough.
Importantly, the stories are also a tool we use to start conversations with service providers, celebrate successes and push for positive changes.
Why is Camden Disability Action running this project?
CDA believes society disables people with impairments by putting up barriers, failing to make appropriate adjustments, leaving us out of decision-making processes and marginalising our voices.
These micro-aggressions amount to oppression.
Liberation from oppression is always in part about telling stories and breaking silences.
A free and empowered person tells their own story.
To join in, please contact Tom