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Changing the world one photograph at a time

Emily Alecock is a photographer specialising in the positive promotion of disability who recently shared an article with Disability Horizons about the background to her photography work. Here, Emily talks

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Disabled superheroes: how many can you name?

Following on from our article about the need for books featuring disabled characters, new Disability Horizons contributor, Frank Lambert, tells us how he was inspired to introduce a disabled superhero

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XENI: fashionable clothing for disabled women

Ann Olivier talks to Disability Horizons about how she came to start her own clothing line, XENI, for people with disabilities, amidst coping with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I’m Ann Olivier,

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Once upon a time: children’s books need disabled heroes

Alexandra Strick talks to Disability Horizons about her work to make children’s books more inclusive and accessible. When I was a child, the typical children’s book depicted a white middle-class

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The Undateables: a frank review

Regular contributor, Deborah Caulfield, tells us her opinion on The Undateables, a three-part series following a group of people with disabilities as they navigate the world of dating. Having neither

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Drake Music: breaking down disabling barriers to music

New Disability Horizons contributor, Carien Meijer, CEO of a dynamic music and technology hub, Drake Music, tells us how the organisation works to break down physical and social barriers using

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Oyster Project: Disability charity with an ethos that ‘the world is your oyster’

New Disability Horizons contributor, John Russell, shares with us the story of how, and why, he created a charity called the Oyster Project, based in Lewes, East Sussex, UK to

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The Two Worlds of Charlie F: helping wounded soldiers through theatre

In December 2010, producer Alice Driver created the first theatre project to help wounded, injured and sick (WIS) service personnel. With the help of a partnership between the Theatre Royal

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Tilly Smiles: inspiring disabled children

Following on from the inspiring story of how twelve-year-old, Tilly Griffiths, never lets her disability get in the way of adventure, we’re thrilled to hear about Tilly’s book, Tilly Smiles,

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Subtle Kraft Co: bringing dance and disability together

Disability Horizons’ Co-Editor, Srin Madipalli, and Content Editor, Liz Ransome, were recently invited to watch a contemporary dance performance by dynamic duo Anna Bergstrom and wheelchair user Kimberley Harvey, also