The Quaker Disability Equality Group (QDEG) is a listed informal group of Britain Yearly Meeting (opens in new window). We are working towards full inclusion of people with disabilities and carers in all aspects of Quaker life. We see this as part of the Quaker testimony to equality.
We are engaged with other organisations to:
- working to make Quaker literature, websites and buildings more accessible;
- running courses and workshops in partnership with Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre (opens in new window)
- providing mutual support through an email network
Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/quakerdisabilityequality/ (opens in a new window/tab).
We were very pleased to appoint two new members of our committee at our AGM on Saturday. The minutes will be posted in a few days.
GROUPS FAIR AT YEARLY MEETING
Here we are at the Groups Fair at Friends House on Sunday 6th May 2018!
If you have any difficulty using this website site we would be pleased to hear from you. We will do our best to make changes to help you if we can.
QDEG started in 2008 in response to a concern of West Scotland Area Meeting, which arose in turn from pioneering work in the 1990s and several Woodbrooke gatherings.