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Ade Adepitan on his wheelchair basketball career and becoming a television presenter and author

Ade Adepitan is a former wheelchair basketball player, TV present and author. We speak to him about his life with…

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Discovering and redefining the world to break down disabling barriers

Kenneth, who has cerebral palsy, lived his life defined by others. But after the trip of his dreams to Russia,…

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Insider travel tips from a disabled traveller

Disabled traveller Wolf has travelled the world, including to Spain, Germany and the USA. Read his insider disabled travel tips…

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Did you know that India is surprisingly accessible?

Many people assume that India is completely inaccessible if you have a disability. Neha Arora, whose parents are both disabled,…

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Adventuring from the norm in Oslo: part 1

Tempted to visit Scandinavia but not sure how accessible it will be? Wheelchair user and commercial accessibility consultant, Sarah Rennie,…

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Epic European Disability Roadtrip: never give up

Co-editor Martyn Sibley tells our Disability Horizons community about his latest – and in his words possibly craziest – challenge…

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Airport provision for disabled passengers: DON’T MISS the Radio 4 interview

Today, at 12pm, Co-editor Martyn Sibley is being interviewed on Radio 4’s You and Yours programme. Following on from my…

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Volunteering abroad: a catch up from Martyn Sibley

Co-Editor, Martyn Sibley, has been volunteering in Spain for nearly two months now, so we thought it was the perfect…

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Driving through 14 capitals in 14 days with a disability: part 3

Amputee, Mark Pattenden, recently undertook an extraordinary challenge to drive through 14 capitals across Europe in 14 days in order to raise money…

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Wheelchair disasters and triumph on the far side of the world…

It is Tuesday 13th March and I write this post from a café in my hotel in Sydney. As you may…

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