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We know this is a worrying time for everyone. The safety and wellbeing of people we support, our staff and volunteers, is of utmost importance to us as always.
This International Women’s Day (IWD), we've teamed up with artist and illustrator Mimi Butlin. We're working together to breakdown disability stereotypes and show solidarity with disabled people.
In this episode of our podcast The Disability Download, Selina Mills chats to disability rights campaigner Judy Heumann about writing her memoir, International Women’s Day and her new documentary film on Netflix: Crip Camp.
Leon Juma, one of our Youth Citizen Reporters on 2030 and Counting, tells us what led him to become a disability rights advocate.
Why we are supporting the Department for Transport’s new campaign, and why more change is needed.
Nick reviews Eric Clapton’s star-studded concert in memory of Ginger Baker.
As London Fashion Week 2020 comes to a close, we wanted to take the time to showcase some of the emerging talent that is working to make the fashion and beauty industry more inclusive and diverse. In the latest episode of our podcast, The Disability...
In this episode of our podcast, The Disability Download, Cathy chats to award-winning journalist and campaigner, Frances Ryan. Frances published her book ‘Crippled: Austerity and the demonization of disabled people’ in 2019. She chats about austerity...
Missed out on buying tickets to Eric Clapton’s sell-out concert to celebrate the life of his friend and bandmate Ginger Baker? There’s still a chance of getting your hands on some through our charity auction.
Through the Get On Board campaign, we’re calling for a new law to make all rail travel in Britain accessible by 2030. Here’s why we’re campaigning for #TrainsForAll.