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Disability Rights Movement and music: if music be the food of change, play on

Editor of Disability United, Fleur Perry, talks about the importance of music in making voices heard and creating change, and reminisces about the songs from the height of the Disability

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Podcast series: activism through art with Tony Heaton

As part of a podcast series, Disability Horizons Co-founder Martyn Sibley will be interviewing famous and influential disabled people from the top 100 Power list to bring you a collection

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Podcast series: music without barriers

As part of a new series, Disability Horizons Co-founder Martyn Sibley will be interviewing famous and influential disabled people from the top 100 Power list to bring you a collection

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ME and me: making films about disability to raise awareness

Disabled writer and actor Thom Jackson-Wood, who has ME, talks to Disability Horizons about his films, Awaken and The Black Box, both of which are about disability. Written after frustrations

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Be inspired by disabled photographer Alessandro Capoccetti

For many, photography is a passion. But it’s also a way to help change perceptions around disability. We speak to disabled photographer Alessandro Capoccetti about his career, his passion for

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I for Inclusion: JOIN US to make inclusion happen

Disability Horizons has tried to remain a positive, entertaining and energising force for good since it launched. And we’ve built up an awesome community of disabled people in the process.

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Can photography change societies’ views of disabled people?

Photography student Dexter McLean, who has Cerebral Palsy, is passionate about telling the stories of disabled people through portraits. Originally from Jamaica, but now living in the UK, he hopes

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Brighton Fringe Festival and The Jumblies Project: sensory theatre for all

The Jumblies Project is sensory theatre experience, imagined and created by students with a range of learning difficulties from St. John’s School and College in Brighton. Regular Disability Horizons writer,

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Removing Barriers: the board game that educates about disabling barriers

We all know that being disabled means life comes with barriers. But how much do people who aren’t disabled know about the challenges we face? To ensure they’re educated, social

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Podcast series with entrepreneur Phil Friend: difference is your asset

As part of a new series, Disability Horizons Co-founder Martyn Sibley will be interviewing famous and influential disabled people from the top 100 Power list to bring you a collection