#Wethe15 campaign


WeThe15 is a global movement, which was founded by a coalition of organisations from sport, human rights, policy, communications, business, arts and entertainment, uniting to change attitudes and create more opportunities for persons with disabilities, as well as improve mobility and accessibility.

We want to end discrimination and transform the lives of the world’s 1.2 billion persons with disabilities so they can be visible and active members of an inclusive society.

Light up purple

On 19 August, more than 125 iconic landmarks, spanning 30 countries and multiple time zones will light up purple, the international colour for disability to celebrate the Launch of WeThe15.

The global light up will be one of several activities to celebrate the launch of WeThe15, which aspires to be the biggest ever human rights movement to represent the world’s 1.2 billion persons with disabilities.

UK and Ireland.


Top floor of City Hall (London’s Living Room) London, UK
Piccadilly Circus London, UK
Natural History Museum London, UK
BT Tower, London London, UK
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium London, UK
Portico Building – UCL London, UK
One Canada Sq London, UK
London Eye London, UK
London Stadium (Screen Only) London, UK
Beacon of Light Sunderland, UK
Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh, UK
Murrayfield Edinburgh, UK
Hardwick Hall Derbyshire, UK
Corfe Castle Dorset, UK
St Georges Hall Liverpool, UK
Brighton Palace Pier Brighton, UK
Loughborough Campus Loughborough, UK
Titanic Building Belfast, UK
Belfast City Hall Belfast, UK

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