In another killer blow disability action group PWDI were told they won't get another cent in government funding.
What does DAG stand for?
DAG stands for Disability Action Group (various locations)
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We have 148 other meanings of DAG in our Acronym Attic
- Deutsche Angestellten Gewerkschaft (Germen union)
- Development Assistance Group
- Devon Association of Governors (academic society; UK)
- Dialysis Access Graft
- Dipartimento dell'Amministrazione Generale (Italian: Department of General Administration)
- Diplôme d'Agronomie Générale (French: Diploma of General Agronomy)
- Direct Access Government (UK)
- Directed Acyclic Graph
- Direction de l'Administration Générale (French: Directorate of General Administration)
- Discriminators And Ghosts
- Division Advisory Group
- Division Artillery Group (Opposing Forces)
- DMS Advisory Group
- Dogu Anadolu Gözlemevi (Turkish: Eastern Anatolia Observatory)
- Domain Advisory Group
- Downtown Art Gallery (California)
- Drums Access Gateway (Sprint)
- DSCC Acquisition Guide (Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH)
- Dystrophin-Associated Glycoproteins
Samples in periodicals archive:
Disability action groups had called for its removal and Mr Starmer said it could have caused discrimination.
Liverpool council licensing committee refused to give the Peugeot E7 permission to operate despite support from disability action groups.
Her fight is backed by the Disability Action group.
RELATED ARTICLE: Students with Disabilities Mentored In October, in honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the Office of Civil Rights and the Disability Action Group hosted a mentoring day for nine high-achieving undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities.
Many disability action groups, including the Spinal Injuries Association, Whizz Kids and Disability View, say the sliding door cabs are often more convenient.
The Disability Action Group, Area Economic Partnership, businesses and the charity Environ are also backing the scheme, which aims to give everyone in the borough the chance to contribute to a community plan.
Successful groups in the past have included Guide Dogs for the Blind, the Hinckley and Bosworth Disability Action Group, fund-raisers behind a half-way house for patients at George Eliot Hospital, Arthritis Care and Friends of Young Deaf People.