Disability rights movement

Freshers fed up with being “locked up” in halls believe they were fed lies to boost the economy.
From difficulties getting extensions for work to issues with screen exposure, students with disabilities have spoken of their challenges during lockdown.
We are living in a hostile environment, which is quietly eroding disability rights behind closed doors, campaigner Susan McKinstery writes.
What happened to Ebenezer Azamati is the effect of racist and ableist exclusion at its most violent, journalist Micha Frazer-Carroll writes.
Will taxis stop for wheelchair users? Will their ramps miraculously get fixed? Will doctors start to talk to their disabled patient rather than talk to their companion?
At today's Global Disability Summit, the government will present itself as a leader on disability rights - disabled people know that it is anything but