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Viewing disability and difference through the eye of a lens

Photography can be a powerful way to explore both the human body and how is is seen by the world. Photographer Claire Gilliam talks to Disability Horizons about how she

Paralympic Games 2012: the legacy and impact

It’s been just over a month since the Paralympic Games and Jonathan Wade, who runs  Innovative Minds at Work (which aims to break down barriers faced by disabled people) talks

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Disability and the media: music and song lyrics

In our two-part article about disability and the media, Trailblazers ambassador David Gale shares his thought on music and song lyrics featuring disability. As a big music fan – some might

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I’m Spazticus: straight from the horse’s mouth

I’m Spazticus is a new hidden camera prank show from Channel 4, airing in the run up to the Paralympics. As this controversial four-part disability show comes to an end,

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Disability eConference: sharing advice and inspiration

Disability Horizons Co-Editor, Martyn Sibley, discusses his new project – Disability eConference – enabling you to share ideas and experiences to support others. I am excited to launch a new project

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Webinars: disability and relationships

Disability Horizons Co-Editor, Martyn Sibley, shares his latest webinar on disability and relationships with us. The webinars were launched two months ago, and Martyn has 6 months of free webnairs planned, all with