Scope disability equality awards statement

In 2022, we mark Scope’s 70th anniversary, but there’s still so much more to do to achieve a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness.

That’s why we introduced the Scope Disability Equality Awards: to shine a spotlight on the extraordinary achievements of individuals and organisations who are campaigning for equality and bringing about social change.

The 2022 ceremony was held at Twickenham Stadium and online, and was hosted by Paralympic gold medallist and TV personality Kadeena Cox OBE.

For more information about the awards, including: the nominees and winners. Please visit our Scope Awards website.

Working towards a more inclusive Awards

We want to apologise for the lack of Black, Asian and ethnic minority disabled people in our winners, shortlist and judging panel. We know that we need to do better.

Read our full Scope Awards Statement

Coronavirus measures at the Awards ceremony

We took proactive steps to ensure the safety of people attending our Awards ceremony.

For more details, please read our Covid-19 measures statement.

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