Inclusion London’s evidence to the home affairs committee hate crime and its violent consequences inquiry is published.

We highlighted that the Nazis invented the shocking phrase ‘life unworthy of life’ to refer to Disabled people and that although society has progressed in many ways, negative perceptions that our lives are worth less persist as the experiences of Disabled people illustrate:

‘I’ve had remarks about how I look in my wheelchair, and a few times the statements “you should have been aborted”, and “you don’t deserve to live”.’

Download our evidence here: Inclusion-London-evidence-Hate-Crime-inquiry-Final