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Discovering Bavaria and Makin’ Tracks: Part 2

Makin’ Tracks is an independent, family-run business offering overseas tours to wheelchair users. Here they tell Disability Horizons about excursions around Bavaria. If you read our first article about our

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How accessible is Camden?

Young People For Inclusion (YPFI) recently headed to Camden Market and the nearby Regent’s Canal to test out the areas’ accessibility. Here’s what they found! Camden is a vibrant, lively

Entertainment 8 Comments

Disability photography: Changing the world one photograph at a time

New Disability Horizons contributor, Emily Alecock, is a photographer specialising in the positive promotion of disability. She tells us how she hopes her work will change people’s perceptions of disability.

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Book review: God’s Rich Pattern by Lin Berwick

Regular Disability Horizons contributor, Sarah Ismail, tells us her thoughts on new book “God’s Rich Pattern”, and how she was inspired by one woman’s story. God’s Rich Pattern by Lin

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News round-up, week ending 17th February

John Pring, who runs the Disability News Service, publishes his weekly news round-up of the happenings in the disability world the past week. • The government has been defeated by peers

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Discovering Bavaria and Makin’ Tracks: Part 1

Makin’ Tracks is an independent, family-run business offering overseas tours to wheelchair users. Here they tell Disability Horizons about their first trip to Bavaria. Our tours are all about discovery

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The lasting effects of a temporary disability

Disability Horizons contributor, Margo Milne, discusses the effect temporary disability can have on people when it comes to treating others with a disability.  Imagine you were born perfectly fit and

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iPad art: helping disabled artists to create masterpieces

Disabled artist, Jason Wilsher-Mills, tells Disability Horizons how the Apple iPad helped him to rediscover art and use it as a way to express himself. My name is Jason Wilsher-Mills

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What’s your take on disability and art?

SHAPE is a disability-led arts organisation working to improve access to the arts for disabled people. They’re currently calling for artists to join the Shape Open Exhibition 2012, where people

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News round-up, week ending 10th February

John Pring, who runs the Disability News Service, publishes his weekly news round-up of the happenings in the disability world the past week. • Coalition MPs who play leading roles in

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