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Community has a long tradition of representing disabled workers. This page will share updates about our work to make workplaces more equal for disabled people.
The National League of the Blind, in 1899 was the first trade union for disabled people in the UK and achieved huge amounts for British disabled people.
The League organised its first strike in 1912. In 1920, under the banner of “Justice not Charity”, it organised marches to Trafalgar Square from Leeds, Manchester and Newport in support of what became the Blind Persons Act 1920. It joined the Community family in 2000.
Today we represent thousands of disabled workers across the UK in all industries and sectors and we are committed to driving positive change, rights, recognition and support for our members. Join Community today and join a long history of fighting for equality.
View our equalities strategy here.
Our research on disability self-employment here.
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