Sex and Disability

It is estimated that over 10% of British men have paid for sex at least once. And that would mean over 200,000 disabled men...

THE BODYKIND FESTIVAL

FESTIVAL OF BODY ACCEPTANCE - 13-15 OCTOBER .. TOTNES Bodykind, who are hosting the festival, are a grassroots, non-profit, whole community event organisers, with the aim...

THE WILLIAM MERRITT CENTRE ANNOUNCE NEW ACCESSABILLITY EXHIBITION

The William Merritt Centre are pleased to announce the new name for their annual exhibition is the AccessAbility Exhibition. It will take place on...

DISABILITY IS THE ONE DISCRIMINATION WE ALL SEEM TO IGNORE AND WE MUST STOP

Disability Talk has received kind permission from Saira Khan, Steve Wood and the Sunday Mirror to reproduce the following article. Saira Khan admits she rarely encounters disability and wants to change...

Can I Inspire You? – John Willis

THERE’S NO SUCH WORD AS CAN’T! These words articulated my mother’s attitude throughout my formative years. She never allowed me to use my lack of...

PROMOTING DISABLED PEOPLE

We recently posted an article titled 'Fashion And The Disabled Girl' which has prompted many of our site visitors to tell us how little...

Rebecca Dann wins Disability Talk photograph competition

  Rebecca Dann, the winner of “A World of Unfairness” said, “I was very nervous, but it was amazing just being in his presence. It...

‘AND ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST’

In an earlier article we launched our campaign to replace a Political Party's Manifesto with a Legally Binding Contract .. see Election Manifesto .. or...

Eileen talks disability discrimination with Professor Stephen Hawking

It was indescribably wonderful to have the opportunity to sit beside Professor Stephen Hawking and tell him about what we are fighting for in...

LET’S CONGRATULATE THE NATIONAL THEATRE & SPOTLIGHT

Long overdue but at last a breakthrough! The National Theatre together with Spotlight have compiled a database of Actors with disabilities. We know from our own American correspondent, Hollywood...

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SOCIAL WORK ENGLAND BECOMES THE NEW SPECIALIST REGULATOR FOR SOCIAL WORKERS

On Monday 2nd December Social Work England took over from the 'Health and Care Professions Council' as the new specialist regulator for the profession. Social work is...