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COP26: Disability’s fight for climate justice

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.



Disaster relief goes technical

Disaster situations have been dominating the media, with hurricanes and earthquakes devastating thousand of lives. For aid workers supporting people on the ground, how do…




Nepal 6 months on and still rebuilding

CBM UK, the overseas disability charity marks the six-month anniversary (25th October) since the devastating earthquake struck Nepal in April. More than 8800 people lost…







Ecuador Declared Free of River Blindness

CBM UK welcomes milestone towards ending avoidable blindness Ecuador has become the second country in the world to eliminate River Blindness, a debilitating disease that…



The ‘Indiana Jones’ of orthopaedic surgery

3rd June is International Clubfoot Day, CBM UK, the overseas disability charity celebrates this day by launching a campaign with ‘Superdoctor’, Orthopedic Surgeon, Steve Mannion…