Posts Tagged: Blog

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Dyspraxia and Diversity: Dyspraxia across Society

Written By: Jonathan Andrews Dyspraxia is a condition which affects everyone differently, both individuals and different societal groups – yet visib...
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Dyspraxia and Diversity: The Gender Divide

Written By: Jonathan Andrews When you think of ‘dyspraxia’, gender differences probably aren’t the first thing to come to mind. And compared to ...
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THE BLACK SOLDIER: FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM FIGHTING AGAINST OPPRESSION

On Monday we covered a special show on Ujima Radio to remember those who gave their lives for others.  Conflict has played a key role in the lives of...
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Fatherhood, Feminism and Family Life

Written By: Laura Hicks  11/11/15 It’s lovely when I bump into people I know and they take a genuine interest in how my two boys and I are doi...
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‘Lies, damned lies and statistics’

Written By: Phil Champain, 3FF Director Figures produced this month by the Home Office point to a sharp increase in the number of reported incidents o...
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JAN Trust vital work

The autumn period is always a time for evaluation at JAN Trust. It is indeed at this time of the year that we look back to our successful programmes ...
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Leo the Lion champions diversity

Written by Lindsey Ambrose, Equality, Diversity & Human Rights Lead, St Andrew’s Healthcare 2015 has been full of fantastic surprises for me –...
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Autism and PDA: Workplace Challenges and Adjustments

Written By: Jonathan Andrews Although statistics show 99% of the population have heard of autism, very few will have heard of the newest autism spectr...
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Autism and PDA: What can people bring to the workplace?

Written By: Jonathan Andrews The autism spectrum is wide and varied – and along it lie several diagnoses few people would have heard of. As I’ve p...
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TransGirlsCan

Written By: Megan Key I know about the benefits of exercise. I know because I used to weigh 19 stone, was a binge drinker and a chain smoker. I also s...