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Human Rights for Disabled People

In this film Nadia Clarke explains how important human rights are to all disabled people. She describes how she was lucky to have parents who believed in her and supported her to understand her rights.

Nadia has benefited from a mainstream education and direct payments to control her own support. However her budget is also threatened by cuts to social care and she worries that too many disabled people are being forced into care homes.

This film has been made by Equal Voices in association with ibk initiatives.


The publisher is Equal Voices.

What is Welfare Reform? © Nadia Clarke 2014.

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My Rights

My Rights

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Access to Work - Eventually

Access to Work - Eventually

Nadia Clarke describes her success at finding work as a young disabled and deaf woman, and the challenge of getting Access to Work support.

Excluded from University

Excluded from University

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