disability representation

Entertainment & Culture

True Colors Festival 2022: a global concert celebrating inclusion, diversity and difference in the performing arts

The True Colors Festival is a long-running international festival of performing arts that celebrates diversity and inclusion and embraces the…

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Entertainment & Culture

Natalie Balmain: Candidate with health conditions become alternative Prime Minister

We speak to the winner of Make Me Prime Minister, Natalie Balmain, who lives with Type 1 diabetes and depression.

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Lifestyle

10 famous and successful people with Down’s syndrome

We share 10 famous and successful people with Down's syndrome from the world of TV, film, art, fashion and business.

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News

Deaf actor and advocate Rose Ayling-Ellis recognised as most influential disabled person in Power 100 list 2022

Actor, Strictly champion and deaf advocate Rose Ayling-Ellis has been recognised as the most influential disabled person in the Shaw…

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News

Less than 2% of characters in the top UK TV shows are disabled

Streaming service WatchTVAbroad.com shares its latest research – Diversity in the UK - which has found TV bosses are doing…

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Entertainment & Culture

Ralph & Katie: a love story about a married couple with Down’s syndrome

Ralph and Katie, two disabled characters from the hit BBC One series The A Word, are set to appear on…

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Entertainment & Culture

Meet the candidates representing disability in new show Make Me Prime Minister

Make Me Prime Minister is a brand new Channel 4 series that is set to lift the lid on what it…

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Lifestyle

Social Media – can it be a force for good and a lifeline for disabled people?

Disability blogger, Rebecca Sullivan, who runs the blog From This Window, went to find out if social media can be…

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Lifestyle

How to be a good ally to disabled people

Disability blogger, Dax Everritt, shares a post on how to be a good ally to disabled people and help make…

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Lifestyle

What Disability Pride Month means to me

Disability blogger, Rebecca Sullivan, shares what Disability Pride Month means to her – how it helps her acknowledge her differences,…

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