Learning Disability, Autism and Human Rights
A guide co-produced by the British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR), together with people who have learning disabilities, autism, or both and their families, carers and support…
What Kind of Region Do We Want to Live In?
As the UK battles with Brexit, citizens in West Yorkshire are invited to join We Share The Same Skies in an alternative approach to politics.
Stories of Our Lives
Catherine Hale has edited five stories describing the reality of living with and managing a life with severe energy impairment.
Shameful Attack on Disabled People
Brian Collinge explains how the government's failure to update the Minimum Income Guarantee (MIG) for people entitled to social care acts as another form of theft.
Inclusion Demands Communication
Colin Newton argues that we need low tech, accessible communication systems that can be learned easily by everyone.
The Inclusive Headteacher
Inclusive Solutions work around the world to advance inclusion for all in schools and in the wider community.
Behind Relative Poverty
The stories in Relative Poverty address the imbalance of power; Les Monaghan describes the thinking behind his photographs.
Materials developed by Les Monaghan as part of his project to show the reality of poverty in modern Britain.
Spartacus is a network of sick & disabled people who use social media to highlight the impact of the UK Government's 'reforms' and cuts.
In Memory of Carl Poll
Carl Poll was a leading innovator and champion for people with learning difficulties - he will be greatly missed.
Citizenship in Further Education
Pippa Murray and Jane Shepherd set out the next steps for extending Personalised Transition into Further Education.