Editor Lorne attended a BBC webinar to discover how the organisation is changing internally and within the industry to improve diversity representation.
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Each year, 3 December marks International Day of People with Disabilities, a United Nations-sanctioned day celebrated worldwide. This year, hidden disabilities and the impact of the coronavirus on isolation and mental health are in the spotlight.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has reimagined a classic fairy tale to highlight the need for more disability representation in children’s literature.
Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children has been chosen as the charity which will benefit from River Island’s festive fundraising this year, meaning a huge boost to families needing specialist equipment across the UK.
Tucking into your advent calendar, one disability campaigner is changing the way we celebrate the Christmas countdown with #AccessibleAdvent changing perceptions of accessibility across the land.
Supporters of Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children can double their donation over the festive period, during the Big Christmas Challenge taking place this week.
There are a range of products and services available to ensure you can move from A to B with ease. From Shell to Changing Places, let’s get accessible.
In an honest, intimately raw documentary, director Xavier Alford opens up about a rare condition, here he speaks about Locked In: Breaking the Silence.
Cares Rights Day is an annual event ensuring you are supported. Ruby Peacock, from Carers UK speaks to Enable about this year’s event.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled his Spending Review, determining how much is to be spent on public services and the impact of COVID-19 on the economy.
The festive season will look different this year, but that shouldn’t dampen your spirits. This year’s virtual events mean Christmas will be more accessible.
A family-run company from North Wales is in the running to be named one of the best rural businesses in the UK after being shortlisted for a Rural Business Award.
Jim LeBrecht, who has spina bifida, is reminiscing a summer like no other in Netflix’s Crip Camp. Here he chats recognition from BAFTA and making the doc.
New research involving people with mental health problems has revealed that half say their mental health has deteriorated since the start of the pandemic.
Disability lifestyle vlogger and wheelchair user Gem Hubbard is campaignig to stop disabled parking bays being blocked off with seats and tables.