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Our Chief Executive Ruth Owen addresses some of the responses we've received in reaction to our Words Hurt campaign.
Shocking new research reveals the outdated and inappropriate language endured by Britain’s disabled community
Ignorance about the correct language to use when talking to people with disabilities is rife in the UK, research by charity Leonard Cheshire reveals.
We are looking for ten young people in Belfast area to join our Change Makers project and share your voice on the issues that matter to you.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to the government’s announcement (21 April 2021) on ODA budget cuts and allocation.
Two innovative programmes that give people with disabilities the opportunity to develop skills and lead change in their local communities have been given over £5m from the Covid-19 Support Fund.
Leonard Cheshire are encouraging aspiring Superheroes to register for the home-based version of the popular Marvel character-inspired challenge event.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to the ONS findings on the impact of the pandemic on disabled people in February 2021.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to the government’s announcement that it is recruiting more 315 disability employment advisors.
Our Policy Manager Sharlene McGee responded to today’s findings from the Office of National Statistics, that disabled people are less likely to re-enter work after unemployment.
Rail union leaders are calling for more staff on stations and trains to tackle hate crimes against disabled travellers.