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Multiple Sclerosis: how it can push you to succeed

Priyal Raja, a finalist in the Young Person of the Year category for the MS Society Awards 2013, has an unfailing passion for film and media. Trishna Bharadia speaks to

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“Change for 2015” eCampaign

Tell us in a one minute video a change you want to see happen in 2015!!! All too often, disabled people are excluded because of physical, attitudinal and procedural barriers.

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Access All Areas: how accessible is Plymouth?

As part of our Access All Areas series on accessible tourism, Disability Horizons co-founder Martyn Sibley visits the coastal city of Plymouth. With a great mix of city attractions and

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Accessible airports? More like aggravating airports

If you have a disability, many of you know all too well the nightmare that getting through an airport and onto a plane can bring. So Lorraine Gradwell’s account of

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Access All Areas: accessible activities in the New Forest

As part of our Access All Areas series on accessible tourism, Disability Horizons co-founder Martyn Sibley visits the the New Forest National Park. When you think of the New Forest,

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Employment and disability: why you are worth employing

Jane Hatton, who manages Evenbreak, a not-for-profit job board run by disabled people for disabled people, publishes her monthly article on the subject of employment and diversity. This month she

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Inclusive advertising: we’re starting to see change

Seven-year-old Natty, who has Down’s syndrome, is challenging the ‘norm’ by having fronted Sainsbury’s latest Back to School advert. We spoke to her mum about inclusive advertising and how she

Top tips for getting fit if you’re disabled

Want to get fit but assume using a personal trainer would be out because of your disability? We talk to Dom Thorpe, a personal trainer specialising in helping people with