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March 30, 2021

We’re sponsoring the Centre for Social Justice’s report: ‘Now is the Time’

by Megan Sylvester posted in Neurodiversity.

Ayoa | We’re sponsoring the Centre for Social Justice’s report: ‘Now is the Time’
Here at Ayoa, we’re passionate about inclusivity. We want everyone to be able to achieve their best at work and in education, no matter their differences. As the creators of Ayoa, we’re here to not only provide a neuroinclusive tool that’s suitable for both neurodivergent and neurotypical people, but also to play an important role in supporting the cause for a more inclusive world.

That’s why we’re very proud to be sponsoring the ‘Now is the Time’ report published by The Centre for Social Justice Disability Commission.

The CSJ’s vision is to give people in the UK who are experiencing disadvantages and injustices every possible opportunity to reach their full potential. This independent report provides ambitious and transformative recommendations with the aim to drive and improve the progress towards greater equality between disabled and non-disabled people.

2021 will mark 26 years since the Disability Discrimination Act and 11 years since the Equality Act passed into law, making the drive for disability-equality more important than ever.

By contributing £5000 towards this report, we hope to increase awareness of the CSJ’s work as well as the issues surrounding inequalities within our society.

The time for change is now. Read more about the report and great work produced by the CSJ Disability Commission by clicking here.

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