Earlier on this week during the excellent #dpulo Twitter chat, there were lots of requests for Disabled People’s User-Led Organisation data.
I’m therefore pleased to say that below is embedded a public Google spreadsheet which contains the names, websites and locations of all DPULOs that the Strengthening DPULOs Programme is currently aware of.
A few points:
- This is publicly available information. (In fact, this public spreadsheet is a version of a more substantial spreadsheet we have, which does (potentially) contain data that might not be publicly available.)
- I would never claim this is a full list of DPULOs. As such, if you know of a DPULO that isn’t on the list, please (a) add it to the list (making it obvious you have!), and (b) tell me about the DPULO in the comments below or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or tweeting me @rich_w
- If you do anything interesting with this information, please let me know (using the details above)
- I’ve created a map of DPULOs, which I can’t quite get to embed below. However, you can view the map here: Map of DPULOs
- If you are so inclined, any help you can give with the income/expenditure columns of the spreadsheet (using the Charity Commission website or Open Charities) would be much appreciated
- I am by no means an expert in all this fancy Google stuff. If anyone out there (a) is, (b) is mortally offended by the amateur-ish nature of my attempts above and below, and (c) fancies spending some time with me to help, then all assistance would be warmly received and appropriate praise lavished upon you.
The Google spreadsheet is here: Mapping Disabled People’s User-Led Organisations v2 – public. It is fully shared so you can edit and add to it as you see fit. The same spreadsheet is embedded below.
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After your recent visit to Scotland, do you think you can obtain Scottish DPULOs and then publish lists for devolved administrations ?
Hi Alex. It’s certainly something we’ll look to do and share in due course!
No probs, Bill!
Thanks for this. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to have any column headings so I’ve no idea what all the columns with a “1” in mean. Can you let us know please?
I’ve updated it – think header row had been deleted, so now it hopefully makes sense!