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Why it’s challenging to get a job as a disabled person
I don’t know a single person that enjoys the task of job hunting. Now, think about what would happen if you couldn’t fill in the application form because it overwhelms you. Or if the place that’s interviewing isn’t that accessible.
Bua Consultancy: A company of creative change
An interview with Bua’s founder Caitriona (Cat) Snell about the ethos of Bua.
Why equity is just as crucial as equality
A short discussion about equality vs equity from a disabled perspective, with some comments about how employers can help
The Importance of Independence: An Interview with Active8’s Lindsey Cooper
Learn about Activ8’s work and why disabled young people have the need and right to be independent
The Trials and Tribulations of a Diagnosis Journey: An Interview with Rhi Saunders
Learn about one individual’s diagnosis journey with the NHS in the UK
We need to talk about ableism (featuring Rosie Jones)
Lauren Coulson tackles ableism in light of Rosie Jones’ appearance on BBC Question Time in 2021.
Acknowledging disability in the workplace: An interview with Martin Townsend
An interview about disabled employment inclusion in services and freelance industries
10 easy steps to improve your corporate accessibility
Practical tips to make your company more accessible for everyone
See the person. Not the disability. An interview with Riley Batty.
When we talk about support in the disabled community, it can look different for everyone. Some people need medical support, whilst others need financial or social support. In fact, most of us need a mixture of these things and because everyone’s situation is different and how we gain that support can vary. For some, theContinue reading “See the person. Not the disability. An interview with Riley Batty.”