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Boke is supported by the Girls' Education Challenge Transition (GEC-T) project in Kenya. We look at the impact the Covid pandemic had on the project and how Boke is looking to inspire other young women.
Rapper Kray-Z Legz tells us about navigating the music scene as a disabled person and why representation is so important.
In this episode, Gwenyth Withers chats to disabled, neuroqueer author Ennis Rooke Bashe. We talk to them all about their debut novel and look at disabled experience of media creation and consumption.
Prisca's daughter Avina was supported by our inclusive education project in Tanzania. We look at the impact the project has had both on Avina and how disability is viewed in her local community.
Jis Jose, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer and Rajarajan, Programme Manager from Cheshire Homes Coimbatore, reflect on the impact of the pandemic on livelihoods in India.
13-year-old Nurdin loves going to school and playing sports with his friends. But when he was younger, school didn’t seem like a possibility.
Selina Mills is our Relationship Manager. She tells us about her favourite blind figures in history and why celebrating Disability History Month should be important to everyone.
Every year, on the 3 December, the world celebrates the UN IDPWD. The theme for 2021 is “Leadership and participation of persons with disabilities toward an inclusive, accessible and sustainable post-COVID-19 world.”
Supporting people with disabilities to improve their digital skills is a key part of our innovation to inclusion (i2i) programme in Kenya and Bangladesh. Angel Perez explains how our partnership with Learning Age Solutions (LAS) is creating unique...
Hannah tells us about her employment journey - from the importance of disability coordinators to having to recognise her own talent and self-worth.