It’s our mission to help deliver change in the UK, for good – making places and spaces accessible and support those who have been discriminated against.
If you find that any business, public space, event, school, university or employer has failed to make a reasonable adjustment to accommodate your needs to use, access and enjoy that space, we’d like you to share your photos and experiences with us.
This could include:
- Not having access to a disabled toilet.
- Not being able to access a building or navigate around it due to no / broken ramps or lifts.
- Not being able to enjoy a concert or gig as the promoter has failed to provide a British Sign Language translator.
- Your university, school or college failing to deliver on your access needs.
It’s the small things that add up and prevent us from living our best lives, and we want to fix that.
Don’t accept it, share your experiences and let us help.
How can I get involved?
1. Photos of inaccessible services or even poorly maintained facilities that prevent you from living your best life.
For example, cleaning products blocking a disabled toilet, an event that has failed to support your reasonable adjustment requirements, a classroom that is inaccessible to you at University.
2. Upload your photo to Instagram using the hashtag #DeliverChange. Our Insta account can be viewed here.
OR share your story on our Facebook page.
3. Share your story without an image: If you don’t fancy taking a photo – share your story in text format on Facebook instead, including the hashtag #DeliverChange. Facebook is great for a longer post. Simply like our Fry Law page on Facebook and share your story.
4. We’ll reply to all posts and will tell you how we can help – or how you can use our FREE guide to get redress. Sometimes a formal apology and a change of practice is all it takes!
What we’ll do
We’ll highlight issues raised and push the issues to policy makers and those who can help us #DeliverChange at a national and local level, to inspire a culture of change in the UK to ensure EVERYONE has access to work, education, leisure pursuits and public spaces, every single day.
Have you been discriminated against?
1 Read our Step-By-Step guide: Do you want to make a complaint but don’t know where to start? CLICK HERE to download our step-by-step guide to making a complaint now!
2 Sometimes it requires more than an apology to help deliver change – that’s where we come in.
Our team of lawyers specialises in Equality & Human Rights work for people treated badly by service providers because of disability, age, race, gender, sexual orientation and religious beliefs. If you’d like to speak to us about a poor experience with a service provider, please contact us today.
We already offer advice on social media and in the new New Year, we will launch a monthly live #FryDay Q&A where you can ask us questions about how to deliver change, what your rights are and what reasonable adjustments should and could be made. We’ll also update on the campaign – sharing common trends and showing how we’re helping to #DeliverChange.
Reasonable adjustments should be a given, not a privilege and we’re here to help deliver that change, for good.