Find out our latest news stories and blogs covering the issues important to us as a charity and the disability sector as a whole.
Showing results for your search
Sophia explains how the current social care system has let her down.
Hannah, 37, from Northwich shares her experience of social care and the impact it has had on her.
Ali Hemsley, disabled influencer and activist, talks about her advocacy work and summer fundraising challenge.
Susan was close to dropping out of school, due to a lack of support and the stigma around disability. Thanks to the Girls’ Education Challenge Transition (GEC-T) project in Kenya, not only is Susan still in school, but the attitudes of her classmates...
Sixteen-year-old Linda had given up on her dream of becoming an entrepreneur after facing stigma from her community. But our inclusive education programme, which runs catch up centres for girls denied an education, has changed the future for Linda...
Nineteen-year-old Shebbie Anyango Odhiambo has cerebral palsy and autism. She had never been to school when she first came into contact with the Education For Life programme.
Valerie Awino, a Project Support Officer who works on our Girls’ Education South Sudan (GESS2) programme, reflects on the impact community storytelling has on advocacy.
This month, we chat to Cathy Reay, also known as @thatsinglemum, about her experiences with dating apps and what needs to be done to challenge some of the ableist views that still exist around about disability and dating.
As part of Pride Month, Beck Chamberlain Heslop speaks to us about their experience of being a disabled, non-binary person.
Following our podcast, ‘The journey to inclusive travel’, and as the world moves tentatively towards international travel again, Jonathan tells us about his experiences of accessible - and not so accessible - adventures.