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Greetings from New York City

Hi all! Greetings from New York City! We’re having a great time out here, but due to technical problems with the internet access at our hotel, we’re unable to upload

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Ibiza clubbing!

Guest contributor, Amy Dunne, recently went to Ibiza – one of Europe’s premier clubbing destinations. Amy kindly writes about her week of fun, sea, sand and lots of partying! In

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The big book launch!

DH’s co-editor, Martyn Sibley, writes about his book launch and the inspiration behind the Disability Diamond Theory. In taking the step from being a disability charity fundraiser into the untitled

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iPads And Cerebral Palsy – A Modern Communication Aid?

Regular DH contributor, Sarah Ismail, writes about how the iPad has become just as much a mobility / communication aid as it is a lifestyle product. I’m sure that when

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Sustainable livelihoods

Disability Horizons covers the work of a special project in rural India to support disabled people to start their own business. The project is managed by ADD India, the Indian

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Deaf People and The Cyborg

DH’s latest contributor, John Walker (who is the Covenor of Deaf Studies at the University of Sussex) publishes a blog called Deaf Capital. John very kindly allows DH to re-publish

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Turning 20 – Celebrating twenty years of the Candoco Dance Company

Candoco is a contemporary dance company of disabled and non-disabled dancers based in London, UK. They are premiering a new production called Turning 20 on 14th September. We profile the

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New Horizons: moving from the online world to the real world

As referenced in a recent blog post, I have not been so prolific with my article writing of late. In all honesty my efforts have been on grasping self employment,

Call sign – “Maverick”: Introducing adaptive flying

Ever wanted to fly a plane? Then let us introduce you to the APT Trust (Aviation for Paraplegics and Tetraplegics Charitable Trust), who open up the world of flying to

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Welcome to Budapest’s Hotel Panda – A hotel run by disabled staff

Adelina Chalmers who publishes a blog called Promoting Good Practice writes about a hotel in Budapest, Hungary that is run by disabled staff. Mentioning Central-Eastern Europe prompts in most people’s

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