Across London, HEAR acts as a catalyst, facilitator, or convenor to support local groups and organisations to come together around equalities, either around a specific issue, or on cross-cutting themes.

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Examples include how policymakers and practitioners can apply intersectionality in practice, recommendations for better inclusion of disabled people in volunteering and tips for helping more people be digitally included.

Visit the Resources section of the website to discover case studies, toolkits, research reports and more that you can use in your work.

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Latest Resources

During the pandemic, METRO GAD sought funding to buy tablets for deaf and disabled people in Greenwich.

Examples of how to overcome barriers to make sure all Londoners are part of the digital revolution and not left behind it.

The impact of intersectional stigma on mental well-being and how to reduce health inequalities