Interview with Matt Hampson, Ambassador for Parallel London

With less than a month to go before the return of Parallel London (an all inclusive fun run and festival), Carrie Aimes spoke to ambassador Matt Hampson about his involvement,

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It’s time for disabled people to come together and organise…

With government cuts kicking in and the Labour Party in crisis, Disability Horizons writer Nichola Daunton interviews Mancunian disability activist (and lifelong Mozza fan) Richard Currie, about party politics, the

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Q&A with Cassidy Little (@Bears_eat_oats)

Cassidy Little, a former Royal Marine Medic, lost his right leg below the knee during a tour of Afghanistan in the Summer of 2011. An improvised explosive device exploded, resulting

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Q&A with Hardeep Rai from Kaleidoscope Investments

Hardeep Rai is the founder and Managing Director of Kaleidoscope Investments. An organisation that invests, supports and empowers disabled people to become successful entrepreneurs. His life changed in 2006 when

Para Tri: the real legacy of London 2012

Here we catch up with Paralympian Sophia Warner, who competed in the T35 100m and 200m at London 2012, to find out about a new mass-participation event that she’s organising

Scope’s spoof of the iconic Cadbury’s Milk Tray adverts

Disability charity Scope has released an online spoof of the iconic Cadbury’s Milk Tray adverts – casting disabled comedian Adam Hills (as the dashing Milk Tray Man) and actress/singer Holly

Q&A with Hannah Cockroft

Hannah Cockroft is opening Naidex on day one, 28 April, at 11am in the Multidisciplinary Theatre.  She will provide a short talk about her experience as Paralympic World Champion and

Pumping irons, changing perceptions – Q&A with James Sutliff

This week we speak to James Sutliff, a fitness enthusiast currently working in the construction industry on his burgeoning career as a fitness model and his aspirations to help more

The Invictus Games 2014 – Q&A with Derek Derenalagi

The inaugural Invictus Games, a 4 day sporting contest for wounded veterans from countries around the world will be taking place from 10 – 14 September in London. Derek Derenalagi,

Q&A with Christina Larsen: Under the Spotlight (no more hiding psoriasis)

Disability Horizons talks to Christina Larsen about her role in the Under the Spotlight project, a groundbreaking series of short films that sought to shed light on psoriasis and psoriatic

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