This is just a quick post to promote Rise Up UK. Rise Up UK is a new Disabled People’s User Led Organisation. It aims to develop a one-stop digital shop for disabled people with interests relating to entrepreneurship. This is … Continue reading
Just a quick plug for this new e-book from Soundings: Welfare Reform The dread of things to come The contributions to this short ebook have been written in the moment of political campaigning. They bear witness, employ argument and offer … Continue reading
The social model in English- from the creator of Disability Horizons! Please check this out.
This is a personal account of the events of Sarurday, March 26th, at the TUC March For The Alternative in Central London. Participant, blogger, and DisAbled person Lisybabe tells the story of her day, and of how, in the middle … Continue reading
Readers, please do take some time out to read this brilliant article by Sue Marsh about One Month Before Heartbreak. I am very excited, as one of the posts she has linked to is the Disability Voices contribution to the … Continue reading
Cross posted from Same Difference. This is a round-up of some of my favourite One Month Before Heartbreak posts. There are many, many more that are very, very good, but here are my top ten, in no particular order, because … Continue reading
Today the Christmas Single for The Broken of Britain and Where’s the Benefit was launched. It’s called The Twelve Days of Cripmas, a retake on a classic Christmas Carol, detailing all the cuts that disabled people have and are facing. … Continue reading
I’ve just read an article on the website of mental health publication One In Four magazine about how The Broken Of Britain was born. Well done to Disability Voices team member Kaliya, AKA BendyGirl ,for spreading the word about this … Continue reading
Disability Voices team member Kali has just set up a brand new group blog called The Broken Of Britain. This blog comes shortly after the success of her Dear Prime Minister Videoblog, posted below. Its Homepage reads: To the disabled people of … Continue reading
Just a quick post to promote Shout About It, a brand new blog/forum for disability and illness issues. Do drop in and give them a shout!