Community Voices – get in touch!
Do you live in York?
Do you identify as disabled, chronically ill, deaf, or neurodiverse?
Do you feel your voice is being heard?
Our current Community Voices project is seeking out marginalised, hidden and ignored voices in the disability community in York who may not have had the space to talk about the things that are important to them about living in this city.
We want to provide this space, so we can have a better understanding of diversity within the disability community and work together on the issues that matter most.
Involvement does not depend on any formal diagnosis. Participants have the option to remain anonymous if they wish. We encourage disabled people of all ages, ethnicities, experiences and backgrounds to get in touch.
The Community Voices project is run by the York Human Rights City Network and human rights are at the centre of what we want to achieve.
There are lots of ways to get in touch:
Social media: @VoicesYork on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Phone: 01904 325778 – if there is no answer, please leave a message and we will get back to you
Letter: Community Voices, CAHR, 6 Innovation Close, Heslington, York, YO10 5ZF
During 2019/20 we explored people’s perceptions and understanding of hate crime in York. Please download the report here: Community Voices report – 2020 – hate crime