People With Disabilities

Can You Be Half-Included?

Dominic Haslam | Posted 16.08.2014 | UK
Dominic Haslam

The evidence is clear. Without specific methods of ensuring and monitoring inclusion, people with disabilities will miss out. Even catch-all terms such as "vulnerable or marginalised" (with all the potential stigmatising effects those terms can have) are not enough.

#ProudOfUKAid but we mustn't overlook people with disabilities

Dr Caroline Harper | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Politics
Dr Caroline Harper

At Sightsavers we have used UK aid in recent years to screen 40 million people for potential sight problems, provide 1.2 million people with sight-restoring surgery, and protect 75 million people from neglected tropical diseases such as trachoma. On a larger scale, every year the UK aid budget educates more children than live in the whole of the UK...

Is the PC Culture Alienating People With Disabilities and Those From Other Minorities

Dr Nicholas M. Almond | Posted 08.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Nicholas M. Almond

People with cerebral palsy can remember when SCOPE was called The Spastic Society. Now we have a culture where political correctness has overtaken and one cannot use the term 'disabled' or 'mentally handicapped' or even 'handicapped'; instead we have to use the terms 'less-abled' or 'learning difficulties'. Is this really required

Disabled by Society?

Dave Clements | Posted 19.04.2012 | UK
Dave Clements

I'll be going to the Paralympics in London this summer. I'm really looking forward to it but, if I'm honest, this is as much to do with the fact that I couldn't get a ticket for the 'proper' Olympics.

Disabled Child Poverty 'Staggering', Says Charity

PA | Posted 06.12.2011 | UK

The Government is facing increased pressure to "rethink" planned welfare reforms after a leading children's charity published new figures claiming fou...