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Supporting people with disabilities to improve their digital skills is a key part of our innovation to inclusion (i2i) programme in Kenya and Bangladesh. Angel Perez explains how our partnership with Learning Age Solutions (LAS) is creating unique...
Hannah tells us about her employment journey - from the importance of disability coordinators to having to recognise her own talent and self-worth.
Amrit tells us about her experience trying to find employment and how she's now using her voice to highlight a more positive and balanced image of disabled people.
Young disabled people feel more uncertain than ever about entering the world of work. But the right approaches can make all the difference. Sarah Woods tells us how she won her confidence back after leaving work due to anxiety.
Following the news Karine Elharrar couldn't attend COP26 as the venue was inaccessible, Mark Carew tells us why it's time disaster relief was made more inclusive.
In this episode, we chat to Martin Hywood, a fundraiser for Muscular Dystrophy UK, on life before and after his diagnosis, and how quarantine affected him.
We needed to see a lot from today’s Budget to support social care, equal employment, and supporting disability rights worldwide. But did it deliver? Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope gives us her verdict.
The CQC’s latest report reveals a severe social care workforce crisis. Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope explains why we need a clear plan for social care reform from the government.
For the next blog in the At the Intersection series, Kieran shares his experiences as a disabled queer man. He exists at the intersection of disability and sexuality.
For the past four years, we’ve been working to support disabled children into school in Tanzania, East Africa. Catherine Alejo, Programme Manager for Uganda, and Tanzania, reflects on the project now it’s finished.