For the month of December, Women’s Aid are working to amplify the voices of disabled women who have survived domestic abuse while calling for greater mental health support.
As learning disability charity Mencap marks its 75-year anniversary, chief executive Edel Harris writes exclusively for Enable about the charity’s legacy and the launch of a new campaign.
As Christmas approaches and energy prices rise, it’s time to start an open conversation about money.
Every year on 2 November, Purple Tuesday encourages businesses around the UK to become more accessible, but the impact can have a lasting effect for years to come.
Conversations around climate change are reaching a crescendo as the UK hosts the UN Climate Change Conference, more commonly known as COP26, in Glasgow. Mary Keogh, advocacy director at CBM Global, reveals why disabled voices need to be included.
A passage in life that happens to all women and people with a cervix, despite half the population going through the menopause it is still continually misdiagnosed and misunderstood.
Largely unspoken about, lupus can cause severe damage to the body’s organs, but a lack of awareness is creating long wait times for diagnosis and leaving people living with the condition at risk.
Diversity should be at the heart of all businesses, and one organisation is helping to build a more inclusive future. Chief executive at The Valuable 500, Joanna McGrath, reveals what’s next in the global movement.
Today (19 August), international organisations unite for a decade-long campaign to transform the lives of disabled people around the world.
As restrictions ease, many fundraising efforts will be resuming. The Fundraising Regulator can help if you are receiving unwanted requests for donations.
As the world reopens, new research shows that language is a barrier in the connection between disabled and non-disabled people. It’s time to talk about the language of disability.
Councils are now being urged to apply for a share of a £30 million funding pot to install Changing Places Toilets in public places and tourist attractions.
One of the most misunderstood mental health conditions, schizophrenia is continually vilified. As the conversations around mental health advance, schizophrenia should come to the forefront.
Carers provide a lifeline for both the people they look after and unpaid carers. This Good CareMonth we celebrate those continually giving back and call for more people in the profession.
Uniting the world to tackle climate change, making information and action inclusive for the disabled community is imperative throughout the process. We speak to the campaigners working to fight for climate justice for everyone.