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Sixteen-year-old Linda had given up on her dream of becoming an entrepreneur after facing stigma from her community. But our inclusive education programme, which runs catch up centres for girls denied an education, has changed the future for Linda...
Valerie Awino, a Project Support Officer who works on our GESS programme, reflects on the impact community storytelling has on advocacy.
Nineteen-year-old Shebbie Anyango Odhiambo has cerebral palsy and autism. She had never been to school when she first came into contact with the Education For Life programme.
This month, we chat to Cathy Reay, also known as @thatsinglemum, about her experiences with dating apps and what needs to be done to challenge some of the ableist views that still exist around about disability and dating.
Following our podcast, ‘The journey to inclusive travel’, and as the world moves tentatively towards international travel again, Jonathan tells us about his experiences of accessible - and not so accessible - adventures.
As part of Pride Month, Beck Chamberlain Heslop speaks to us about their experience of being a disabled, non-binary person.
Ahead of Learning Disability Week, Daniel Wiles examines the considerations and confusion around terminology and asks how useful labels really are.
Catherine Alejo, Programme Manager in Uganda and Tanzania, explains how we have supported 12-year-old Vicres at an inclusive school.
Catherine Alejo is our Programme Manager in Uganda and Tanzania. She tells us how Julia and Valentina’s friendship is challenging misconceptions.
Catherine Alejo is our Programme Manager in Uganda and Tanzania. She tells us about the impact our inclusive education has had on Shadya and her mother Amina.