Welcome to Disability Labour.

We are an independent socialist society affiliated to the Labour Party. We are committed to equality for disabled people in the Party and across the country. Membership is free to all disabled members, and carers who are members, of the Labour Party. Party structures and trade unions are invited to affiliate – click to join above.

Pictured: Dawn Butler (centre) Shadow Equalities Minister with Disability Labour co Vice chair Kathy Bole, and Executive committee member Claire Harris at Labour Party conference 2018.

The new Executive of Disability Labour was elected on 8 September 2018. Our manifesto was:

Our 12 point plan for Disability Labour.

The legal handbook for all Labour Party structures.

We have adopted the handbook, ‘Equality Act 2010 (disability) and the Labour Party’, and will prioritise promoting it’s adoption and use throughout the Party.

We encourage all Party structures to pass the motion supporting the handbook.

You can download your copy below in a selection of formats:

.pdf: An accessible pdf file for everyone. This is compatible with screen reading software.

.doc. A large print Word file, text is 20pt.

.mp3. An audio file.

.pef. A file for printing to a Braille printer.

.ePub. An eBook.

Our team.

We elect our Executive Committee annually. For 2018-2019 our team is:

Co-Chair – Wayne Blackburn
Co-Chair – Fran Springfield
Vice Chair – Kathy Bole
Vice Chair – Dave Townsend
Secretary – Simon Lydiard
Assistant Secretary – Lorraine Harding
Treasurer – Gabrielle Moran
Membership – Sophie Talbot
Claire Harris
Sam Margrave
Mick O’Neil-Duff
Nico Pollen
Anne Pridmore
Barb Roberts
Martyn Shrewsbury
Helen Whitehead

Phone us on:

07375 751117

Email us at:

info@disabilitylabour.org.uk

Or fill in our contact form:

About our logo.

Before our 2018 AGM, a group of us set about thinking what logo we would want to represent us. Fran, Kathy and Nico came up with something a bit brilliant… Integrating Spoon Theory into the Labour rose. But how would we do that? Barb solved it. She found a beautiful spoon whose handle transformed into a rose. Sophie drafted the artwork and we all got to comment on it. So, now, just by looking at our logo we get a reminder to look after ourselves!

The Disability Labour logo: a spoon with a handle that turns into a rose at the end with the word Disability above and Labour below.