Kevin has been involved with disabled people’s organisations for over 25 years. He has a strong background in managing projects led by disabled people, running his own payroll service, producing accessible information and publications and promoting equality and citizenship through self-directed support and Independent Living. Kevin has worked on projects that include young disabled people’s leadership, disabled people’s history, information and advice and delivering direct payment support services. He is a Trustee of the Public Law Project and CODA International. He is also a founding member of the Deaf and Disabled Peoples Organisations (DDPO) legal network.
Who we are
The ECS Team
Our team includes people with a wide range and long history of work expertise in areas such as Independent Living, health, social care, film making, training, research and development.
All of us embrace a human rights and social model of disability perspective to our work aiming to see greater inclusion of all disabled people in society.
Other Equal Citizens Staff
Raffaele is a creative consultant and freelance graphic designer with over 10 years experience in design and communication. He has worked on a diverse range of projects, specialising in editorial and print design, corporate identity and marketing, with a wide client list, spanning from small and big businesses to international NGOs and the charity sector.
From 2006 until 2011, Robin worked for the Department of Health, mainly in the areas of the promotion of Independent Living and Recovery. Robin has been involved in the development, production and follow-up on the following pieces of work: Direct payments for people with mental health problems: A guide to action (2006) Increasing the uptake of
Sandy is a qualified Social Worker and has been working in the social/health care arena for over 30 years. She has spent the last 12 years working in both the voluntary and public sector, supporting disabled people to access publicly funded support packages through a variety of different funding streams. For much of this time
Hugh has been a disabled visual artist for 20 years. In this time he has worked with other disabled people as well as with organisations such as the Greater London Authority, the Office for Disability Issues, Transport for London and the Department of Health. Hugh believes that the key to positive social change is through