Amazing outfits, an iconic disco ball and impressive dance moves all come to mind when you think of Strictly Come Dancing, but this year, Rose Ayling-Ellis is putting disability in the spotlight as the show’s first ever deaf contestant.
George Webster is just at the start of his acting career, but he’s already becoming a well-known name both on and off screen. We catch up with George to talk about his career so far and how he wants to see representation change in the future.
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.
Netflix Original Sex Education is re-writing the rules of sex ed, while making diversity a priority. Season two newcomer George Robinson talks disability representation and why the show’s themes resonate with him.
From educating primary school students in Dublin to being the first little person to attend the Met Gala, Sinéad Burke is a teacher turned fashion guru and Vogue cover star. Having always used her voice to advocate for disability, Sinéad speaks with Lorne Gillies about the importance of empathy and inclusion in society.
Comedy is a fantastic way to bring people together, educate on serious matters with an entertaining twist, and break down barriers. But, more still needs to be done for disabled comedians and disability to break through into the mainstream.
Marks and Spencer has launched its “easy dressing” range for children with disabilities. The move is the first of its kind among high street brands,…
The glitz and glam of the Academy Awards may be fading this morning, but the night was full of powerful messages about inclusive and representation…
The beloved BBC crime drama Silent Witness divided its viewers last night over its portrayal of care home abuse. In the first part of a…