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Disability and the media: disability in films

In our two-part article about disability and the media, Trailblazers ambassador David Gale shares his thought on the representation of disability on the big screen. Following my recent look at disability

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Nicola McCartney: The art of perseverance and creativity

British artist and writer, Nicola McCartney, who lives and works in London and has work exhibited throughout the UK, talks to regular Disability Horizons contributor, Zubee, about her work and

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Life working in the City of London

Co-editor Srin Madipalli shares his thoughts on life working in the City of London; the challenge, the competition and the attitudes. I’m often asked what it was like to work in

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Martyn Sibley’s Epic European Disability Roadtrip: part 1

Co-editor Martyn Sibley’s Epic European Disability Roadtrip has begun! Take a look at his video from day one, heading into and around Amsterdam… Find out more about the Epic European Disability

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Top 5 accessible walks on the South West Coast

Steph Fairfoul works for Enjoybedandbreakfast.com, a small, independent travel website committed to bed and breakfasts and guest houses. Here she shares with us 5 accessible walks across the South West of

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Disability Horizons: cha cha cha change…

It’s been nearly eighteen months since Disability Horizons went live and in that short period the growth of this magazine has been phenomenal and flattering. We now have tens of

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Disability and the media: music and song lyrics

In our two-part article about disability and the media, Trailblazers ambassador David Gale shares his thought on music and song lyrics featuring disability. As a big music fan – some might

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Epic European Disability Roadtrip: never give up

Co-editor Martyn Sibley tells our Disability Horizons community about his latest – and in his words possibly craziest – challenge yet: the Epic European Disability Roadtrip! For those who are

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Who cares? The view from a Personal Assistant (PA)

New Disability Horizons contributor, Nichola Daunton, talks about her work as a Personal Assistant (PA) and how people’s misconceptions of the job are damaging this misrepresented sector of work and

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Go ON Gold: improving accessibility to the internet

Kevin Carey, Group chair of RNIB, which supports blind and partially sighted people, describes how Paralympic champion Baroness Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson’s recent TV appearances are helping raise awareness, via Go ON