Sometimes it feels as if venues and organisations just want to get their inclusivity badges before falling asleep. What, you mean you actually want to use this special equipment? And compete with them too?
Munisha Lall shares her experience of attending gigs and festivals with a visual impairment that causes night blindness, tunnel vision and chronic short-sightedness
If the Olympics were fully integrated, with para-events running alongside traditional events, organising committees wouldn’t be able to let the Paralympics fall by the wayside when issues such as funding intervene
The schemes are cheap to get up and running, and take little effort to administer. Throw in a bit of publicity so people know about them you and can sit back and rely on the goodwill of able bodied tube passengers or shoppers to be able to chalk up a success
'The plane door opened and not only was there a ramp, there was a member of staff to greet me. I had never seen that in Nigeria before'
Lord Rix changed his mind to support assisted dying after terminal illness a week before his death
‘Having a progressive illness is difficult enough without being treated as though you are exaggerating,’ says disabled woman
Throughout the Soviet period, disabled people were largely banished. In Russian cities, even now, you see the elderly amputees being wheeled to a begging pitch on a trolley
For a couple of weeks in September disability will be championed, but soon after we will continue to be treated as subhuman
I am told there are grounds for optimism but, with the employment gap between disabled and non-disabled workers widening, this Government's track record doesn't give me much hope
The battles that disabled people face in workplaces and retail spaces costs businesses billions
There can be any number of reasons why people use disabled parking spaces, because there are any number of disabilities – laziness is not one of them
I am sick to the back teeth of mindfulness classes, furrowed brows and hand massages - I want to go out and drink and dance with my friends
In 2011, an undercover investigation revealed abuse at the care home for vulnerable adults, including staff making violent threats to patients, pulling patients' hair and poking their eyes
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The Department for Work and Pensions has always denied it is possible to in any way connect benefit claimants' deaths with cuts or sanctions