UK Disability History Month

Today marks the start of the first UK Disability History Month, which will run until 22 December. This Month was thought up by  Richard Rieser, a well known Disability Rights Campaigner. He is the Month’s Co-ordinator.

As a disabled person, I am naturally very pleased and excited that this month has been created, and hope to see it becoming an annual event.


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Samedifference1 celebrates differences and similarities between the DisAbility community and the rest of the world, most often through her writing, in the company of her laptop, which she'd be lost without. When not blogging, she reads or writes for any magazine desperate enough to publish her scribbles. She enjoys the company of old friends, good books and cats.
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2 Responses to UK Disability History Month

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  2. Robert says:

    It’s like the first one in which Tony Blair closed the disability festival with a massive dinner worth £600 each, I did not even know the EU disability was going on, nor did the vast amount of people.

    It I had not read this here I’d not have known again, so something is wrong getting the message out is it not

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