Currently, just five members of UK parliament have declared a disability, totalling 0.8 per cent of the commons, leaving 22 per cent of the UK population without a strong political voice. Emma Storr investigates what more needs to be done.Read More
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On 18 June 2021, 50 charities sent an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging him to keep his promise to amend and fix Britain’s broken social care system.
Lottie Dolls has created a new doll that is set to educate more young people about Down’s syndrome.
This Pride Month, it’s time to change conversations around sex, disability and the LGBTQ+ community.
Being a volunteer comes with personal and professional positives, alongside getting to work, support, and communicate with members of your local community. After a challenging year for disabled volunteers, charities take the time to show their gratitude.
Labour MP Nadia Whittome has revealed in a Twitter post that she will be taking time away from duties to look after her mental health, after being diagnosed with post-traumatic disorder (PTSD).
BT has launched Hope United, a squad of athletes from across the four Home Nations who have come together to unite the nation in tackling online hate.