Posts Tagged: disability

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Challengers – Inclusion

My name is Laura Sercombe and I have the pleasure and honour of being the CEO of Challengers, an amazing charity that is championing inclusion for dis...
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Ireland’s First Disability Confidence Project launched in Midwest

Written By: Mark Dumphy  6/2/16 The EmployAbility Services in Clare and Limerick have joined forces with the Chambers of Commerce in Shannon, Ennis a...
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Channel 4 launches Year of Disability

Written By: Stephen Chapman  19/1/16 Channel 4 will be doubling the number of people with disabilities appearing in 20 of its biggest shows, as part...
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Intriguing gender differences found in autistic friendships

Written By: Tim Newman   6/1/16  Could gender differences in the symptoms of autism mask their prevalence in girls? A recent study into autistic fri...
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Disabled Model Chelsey Jay ‘Humiliated’ As The Clothes Show Didn’t Provide Wheelchair Ramp

Written By: Ellen Wallwork  11/12/15 A disabled model has spoken about the outrage she felt when she couldn’t fulfill an invitation to speak a...
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Learning disability employment rate ‘unacceptable’

  Just over a year ago, government minister Lord Freud came under fire for suggesting some disabled people could be paid less than the minimum wa...
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New research compares disabled facilities at top UK airports

APH research compares disabled facilities at 20 airports across the country A recent study by the Civil Aviation Authority found that due to accessibi...
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Conference To Tackle Issues Around Autism In The Church

This Saturday (Nov 28), speakers will discuss and highlight the inclusion needs of autistic people among faith groups A  conference to highlight and ...
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Woman overcomes disability through writing

Written By: Chris Legband  20/11/15 Rosemary Moss-Mueller has come a long way since her days of growing up in war-torn England. “I always thought I...
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These inspiring new Instagram ads highlight the value of diversity

Written  By: Katie Dupere  7/11/15 Your Instagram feed is getting a little more inclusive. Love Has No Labels, a campaign from the Ad Council that w...