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Disability Discrimination Act

Disability Discrimination Act

An exhibition marking the 20th Anniversary of the passing of the Disability Discrimination Act

27 October 2015 — 10 January 2016

27 October 2015 - 19 November 2015, Disability Discrimination Act exhibition @ People's History Museum

Time 10:00 - 17:00

Duration 7 hours

Cost In order to keep our exhibitions programme affordable to everyone, please make a donation

**Exhibition extended until Sunday 10 January 2016 due to popular demand!**

The Disability Discrimination Act is a law that aims to protect disabled people and promote equality of access to services, education and employment.

This exhibition explores the development of the ground breaking law and what it means to disabled people, how it improves their lives and what else still needs to be achieved.  All aspects of the exhibition have been written and created by disabled people and offer an opportunity to learn more about the disabled people’s movement.

Suitable for all ages

Do you have any Disability Discrimination Act stories or materials?

The museum and disability charity Scope have launched an appeal to establish a new collection to record and commemorate the fight for disability rights:

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