Trailblazers is a national campaigning network. At the moment we are running nine national investigations as part of our Inclusion Now campaign:
- Access to public transport
- Access to and through education
- Access to leisure facilities
- Access to employment
- Access to tourism
- Access to cinemas
- Highlighting disability harassment and hate crimes
- Access to housing and independent living
- Access to aviation
We are always looking for new campaigners and researchers, so if you would like to make a difference in your area join us today.
Access to Live Music
7 May 2013
Going to see your favourite band or artist playing live at a concert of music festival is on the list of 'must do' things for most young people. However...
Access to Sport
27 November 2012
We are launching a new campaign into the issues around access to sport for young disabled people.
Access to Airlines- Up in the Air
24 October 2012
Trailblazers have launched a report revealing their experiences when flying.
Disability Harassment and Hate Crime - Under Investigation
22 February 2012
Trailblazers have launched an investigation and survey into disability harassment and hate crime after discovering that some members of the network have faced disturbing situations.
Access to Cinemas - Lights, Camera, Access
22 August 2011
Cinemas are popular places for young people to spend their leisure time. Disabled people make up 12 percent of the cinema going audience but the experience they get isn't always the same as their able-bodied peers.