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When Grace Capaldi realised that mainstream employment wasn’t for her, she came up with a radical solution: to run a record label full time and found a recording studio. Here she tells us about that journey to being her own boss, and why the unusual...
Chloe Timms discusses how BBC's new drama Hen Night is changing the face of social care.
Recently, we partnered with the Hay Festival to present a talk between Stephen Fry and Peter Scott-Morgan, who describes himself as the world’s first genuine cyborg. Steve Tyler looks at what these advancements in technology could mean for disabled...
On this episode, we catch up with Niall, who was diagnosed with Asperger's as a teenager. Niall reflects on the impact of school, music and subcultures on his life growing up and shares his views on how he thinks big companies can help close the...
Sophia is a disability rights campaigner. She tells us about her social media campaign #DisabledAnd and her plans for her platform "Ableism and me".
This International Youth Day, Phil Hanks, our Partnerships Manager and Youth Technical Lead, reflects on some of the impressive youth advocates he’s worked with over the years.
Sophia shares 10 of her favourite disabled and chronically ill advocates from around the world that inspire her daily.
Thomas is our Digital Marketing volunteer. Here he talks about one of our Can Do projects which focused on how looking at objects and artwork for longer than the usual few seconds may alter one’s perception.
Joshua Reeves is our Campaign Supports Officer. He tells us about his journey advocating for disability rights.
Kit Carlier talks about the controversy around Sia's film Music and why they won't be watching it.