A woman is walking from Gloucester to Downing Street to call on the UK Government to provide BSL interpretations during coronavirus briefings.
The UK Government announced thousands of new special school places for children with special educational needs alongside 35 new free special schools.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced plans today (8 July) to prevent mass unemployment due to the ongoing pandemic, but charities say more needs to be done to support young people with disabilities.
There’s no denying that we live in unprecedented times, and knowing what you can and can’t do has been disorientating. As lockdown measures change across the UK, what does this mean for you?
Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYP) have launched a campaign to raise awareness of the issues young carers face in accessing supermarkets.
With uncertainty around what will happen next, it is understandable to have concerns around your finances and any benefits you receive while there are restrictions in place to limit the spread of coronavirus.
At times like these, it can become quite easy for feelings of loneliness to creep in, particularly if you’re social distancing or self-isolating.
Yesterday (11 March), the government announced its budget, looking at how money will be spent and distributed in the next financial year and beyond.
Today (13 February), Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to reshuffle his cabinet in his first major reshuffle since becoming PM. Ahead of the announcements, we look back at our interview with Justin Tomlinson, Minister of State for Disabled People.
As the December general election approaches, we look at the information and support available to make voting accessible for everyone.
The UK Government has announced that every inpatient with a learning disability or autism in a mental health hospital is to have their case reviewed over the next 12 months.
Today (4 November), the average disabled worker stops getting paid, relative to their non-disabled co-workers. As a result, today is known as the Disability Pay Gap Day.
Recent figures have highlighted that a record number of disabled people have been supported by the UK Government’s Access to Work scheme.
As the prospect of a no deal Brexit becomes more of a reality, there is a call for better communication with the public around medicine shortages and stockpiling.
The rise in disability visibility on a global scale is something to be celebrated, but that’s not to say there isn’t still a long way to go. Campaigns around the world are going the extra mile, ensuring disabled people get the representation they deserve.