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From university to the world of work

DH co-editor, Srin recounts some thoughts and experiences from several years ago when he was finishing his studies and moving into – what was for him – the unknown world

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The big book launch!

DH’s co-editor, Martyn Sibley, writes about his book launch and the inspiration behind the Disability Diamond Theory. In taking the step from being a disability charity fundraiser into the untitled

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A spark of optimism

Welcome to the new look Disability Horizons!! We’ve finally launched the new site! It has taken much hard work and time from everybody at Team DH and was only made

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A CNN Hero – Richard St. Denis

Disability Horizons was contacted by CNN to distribute this amazing story. It originates from this link and has had lots of positive attention in the US. For decades, Richard St.

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Starting your own business: Martyn Sibley

Disability Horizons co-editor, Martyn, recently left his job at Scope to start his own social enterprise, Sunnier Days. Martyn talks about his journey starting his own business. As I write

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A Global View: living with a disability in India

Pratyush Nalam is  a 17 year old disabled man from Mumbai, India who recently started university at the elite Indian Institute of Technology, an extraordinary accomplishment in India where very

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Writing about Disability

Sarah Ismail is a writer and poet who recently published her poetry collection as an e-book. Here she talks about how she became interested in creative writing and the inspiration

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Starting your own business: Rick Goldstein

If you need something which doesn’t exist, then you just have to create it yourself.  We at Disability Horizons would like to introduce you to Rick Goldstein, the inventor of

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Full steam ahead!

Ever wanted to explore the beauty of the British countryside in a different way, but which is also accessible? Well, Louise Watch who runs a disability and equality consultancy in

Going for Gold!

Fran Williamson is one of Team GB‘s best medal winning prospects at next years Paralympic games in London. Fran is a champion swimmer who has already racked up an impressive