Al Wahda Milad Primary School, just outside the city of Taiz in Yemen, is a school unlike any other. We spotlight the blind pupil providing his peers with education.
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.
Celebrating the 25 anniversary of the British Disability Rights Act, the BBC will host a series of high-level conversations on LinkedIn Live this Thursday.
A host of celebrities are encouraging people to get behind a Surrey charity’s 85th anniversary celebrations by taking part in its virtual fundraiser this August.
The BBC has committed to hardwire diversity and inclusion throughout the BBC, focusing on inclusion during creative decision-making, production values and content.
Journalist Frank Gardner has lived an exceptional life and overcome many adversities, in today’s Enable Asks, Frank discusses adapting to lockdown.
BBC’s Casualty and leading, learning disabilities charity, Mencap have teamed up to bring a three-episode story arc to the show to highlight health inequalities that exist for people living with a learning disability.
If you’ve been social distancing or self-isolating, you might be looking for new things to do to keep yourself entertained and stay positive during this challenging time.
One of the UK’s most-watched soaps is set to introduce the first mainstream deaf character in the show’s history.
Naidex is Europe’s most established event dedicated to the disability and independent living industries, taking place this 17 and 18 of March.
Acclaimed screenwriter and playwright, Jack Thorne has advocated for disability representation on the small and big screen throughout his career. Speaking to Lorne Gillies, Jack discusses why meaningful representation is so important – and you can help be the change.
On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, leading broadcasting BBC has launched their new commitment to boost disability representation for 2020 on and off screen in a three-part plan.
A new group has been created to monitor the BBC to ensure the broadcaster is representing “stories, faces and voices” from all UK communities.
Journalist and film-maker, Mikey Kay has been openly discussing his life with older brother Spencer, who is autistic. Saskia Harper interviewed Mikey about his new documentary: My Autistic Big Brother and Me.
Living with a hidden disability poses its own challenges, but the internet allows you to escape reality to forge a world outside of your illness or disability. Now, a new BBC documentary – ill, actually – is shining a light on the experiences of three young people living with a hidden illness or disability.