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The Young Voices programme empowered over 1,200 young people with disabilities across Africa and Asia to build their confidence to advocate for the rights of disabled people to schools, businesses and leaders. Ashura, was one of these young people...
We look at how some examples of good practice when employing disabled people and how some employers are giving us hope for the future.
Amber tells us how the pandemic led to her gaining new friendships and building confidence.
After Noel Gallagher's comments following Glastonbury, Joshua Reeves tells us why viewing platforms are essential and how Noel's comments should be seen as a hate crime.
Rachel Lees from the Trussell Trust speaks to Steve Huxford about his experience using food banks and why we need a strong and stable social security system, not just in national crisis, but every day.
Amber tells us about her experience job hunting and gives her top tips for any disabled person looking for a job.
Kay Barnes – Assistive Technologist at our Hill House residential service in Cheshire – shows how technology offers choice and independence, and keeps people in touch.
Kibe is a former 2030 and Counting participant. He told us about his experience campaigning and speaking at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
Access to Work is the government's best-kept secret. Here are some top tips our disabled staff members who use the grant think you should know.
Our Ambassador Josh, speaks at the UN about employment and entrepreneurship for disabled people.