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The United Kingdom Disabled People's Council (UKDPC) is the UK's democratic representative national organisation, which is a member of the worldwide Disabled People's Movement, through its membership of Disabled People's International.
The UKDPC was set up in 1981, by disabled people, to promote their full equality and participation in UK society, to strengthen the voice of disabled people in the UK and to ensure justice and rights for all disabled people regardless of impairment.
Membership includes grassroots, regional and national disabled people's organisations (DPOs) representing all impairments and from all over the UK. They are currently working with over 300 DPOs nationally.
Last updated on 25/10/2013
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