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Cassie is currently a PHD student. She shares her university experience and what she's learnt from having to advocate for herself in higher education.
Caprice chats about her experience at university as a disabled student. She explains how by advocating for herself she changed policies for future students.
Johnkeen, who attended an inclusive school as part of our Girls’ Education Challenge Transition (GECT) project, tells us why he’s advocating for inclusive education in Kenya.
Former Young Voices participant, Ashura Michael, reflects on her journey from community advocacy to an aspiring politician. Ashura is running in the Kenyan Senate Elections and hopes to become the first female deaf legislator in Kenya.
For Assistance Dog Awareness Day, we’re sharing stories from owners about what life is like with an assistance dog. Here, Sîan talks about how her dogs, Arnie and Uri, changed her life.
To celebrate Assistance Dog Awareness Day, we’re sharing stories from owners about what life is like with an assistance dog. Rachael talks about how her assistance dog changed her life.
On this month's episode, disability rights activist Jazz Shaban catches up with BBC Correspondent Gary O'Donoghue. Gary reflects on his own experiences as a journalist and how he feels the media landscape has changed over time.
On the 30th anniversary of our founder's death, we look at how things have changed over the years but Leonard Cheshire's vision is still relevant.
Cathy, from Uganda, tells us about what she gained from our employment project.
This is a story about how, through the Digital Buddy programme, a group of exceptional volunteers are helping people like Andrew to connect with the world.