Enable @UCL is a staff network open to any Disabled Person working at UCL, as well as, to non-disabled people with an interest in promoting Disability Equality at UCL. The Network enables Disabled Staff to get to know each other, make professional alliances, offer peer support, share information and join in social events. Its founding members recognised that in an organisation as big as UCL, it can be difficult to get to know people in other departments, particularly other Disabled People.
Please see the form to join the network.
UCL's Parents and Carers Together (PACT) Network
Parents and Carers Together (PACT) is a social network that aims to support UCL staff members who are balancing ongoing caring responsibilities with work. It is a peer support group led by network members for members so new ideas and activities are always welcomed and encouraged.
Click here to view the leaflet with more information on the network.
To join the network please fill out the form.
Global Disability Innovation Hub
GDI Hub is a collaboration between partners who are closely connected to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and the communities and experts who delivered the London 2012 Paralympic Games. The Hub's primary purpose is to make a positive difference to the lives of disabled people through co-design, collaboration and innovation as part of the legacy of the 2012 Paralympic Games.
UCL will lead the team responsible for the long-term development of the Hub which will have a permanent home at the new UCL East campus. Read the UCL news article for detailed information.
The Hub has a website where you can access the latest information.