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.
On World Menstrual Health Day, WUKA is challenging everyone to break taboos that exist around periods with an inclusive campaign.
Disability charity, Leonard Cheshire has released a bold new campaign aims to fight for the rights of disabled people and showcase their potential to live, learn and earn.
A woman is walking from Gloucester to Downing Street to call on the UK Government to provide BSL interpretations during coronavirus briefings.
With lockdown restrictions easing it’s time to adapt. Three people share the challenges they face following the guidelines when living with a disability.
The Truth Project is working to provide a safe and inclusive space for victims or survivors of child sexual abuse to engage with an independent inquiry.
Promoting the voices of people living with disabilities during the coronavirus pandemic, charity CBM has launched a new campaign: My Story.
Carers are some of the most important and vital members of our society, and this Carers Week is working to Make Caring Visible.
World MS Day is an annual event marked on 30 May, bringing the global MS community together to share their stories, raise awareness, and campaign for everyone living with MS.
Disability charity, Mencap has responded to NHS England data looking at COVID-19 related deaths to reveal that higher death rates can be found amongst people with a learning disability.
This week (18 – 24 May) is Mental Health Awareness Week, as our sleep patterns change, your mental health can be impacted.
March 26 is Purple Day, a chance to dress head to toe in purple and spread awareness about epilepsy. Emma Storr chatted to founder Cassidy Megan about why the day is so important .
Tomorrow (26 March) is Purple Day, which raises awareness about epilepsy. A condition which is often misunderstood, Purple Day aims to set straight any misconceptions and bring together people who are living with the condition.
Every year, World Down Syndrome Day takes place to raise awareness about Down’s syndrome, and promote opportunities for people living with the condition. This year’s theme is We Decide – how will you be celebrating?
The Home Nations are set to unite thanks to BT, who have announced plans to launch one of the largest footballing programmes across the UK – making football accessible to all.