The BBC’s Director of Creative Diversity, June Sarpong is trailblazing diversity in the media, she spoke to Lorne Gillies about the attitudes she is hardwiring.
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In 2021 we mark a shift for young carers as they demand action to protect their futures. Ahead of Young Carers Action Day, we discover how we can all act to support young carers across the UK.
As the weather gets better and there’s more opportunities to get outside, we’re giving one lucky reader the chance to win an accessible gardening bundle.
Using art as an emotional outlet during lockdown, one young boy from Sunderland has turned his passion for art and aviation into a successful book; all whilst raising money for Armed Forces charities.
Starting the journey as a parent is one of the most poignant and emotional moments in a person’s life. Raising a disabled child, each day is a learning curve, and the power of community cannot be ignored.
Becoming a mother and a parent is a wonderful life experience, ahead of Mother’s Day we speak with a disabled mum, preparing to celebrate her first Mother’s Day with her new daughter.
Across the UK, thousands of people with a learning disability are slowly starting to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Here, Kyle, a Mencap service user writes about his experience of getting the first dose of a historical vaccination.
A new Liberty fund has been announced by mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, for arts and digital programmes created by D/deaf and disabled artists and organisations in the capital.
Head2Head Sensory Theatre, are a specialist theatre charity for disabled people and their families, is set to present two new online shows, sure to keep everyone entertained over Easter.
Ahead of Mother’s Day, charity Leonard Cheshire are encouraging you to have a cuppa with BBC TV Gardener’s World presenter Mark Lane and learn how to plant your own hanging basket.
Campaigner Sophia Kleanthous is an outgoing and ambitious young woman, working to end disability discrimination and shine a light on ableism in society. This International Women’s Day, Sophia is campaigning for the recognition of all women.
This International Women’s Day (IWD), we choose to challenge. Disability and lifestyle blogger, Emily Davison speaks to Enable about how her blog is a space to challenge misconceptions around disability.
Starling, the UK’s leading digital bank, is paving the way for accessible banking, ensuring the disabled community are able to safely and securely control their spending while sheltering, thanks to the Connected card.
Strong, empowered, resilient: these are just some of the words that come to mind for Kelly Knox when she thinks about what it means to be a woman. For International Women’s Day, we speak to the model, mother and activist.
Alan was a soldier for many years but was forced to give up his duties due to a leg injury. His Nissan X-Trail has given him motoring freedom.