Disability and Faith
Living Life to the Fullest Co-Researcher Sally Whitney has had an article published in Roofbreaker, an online magazine from Christian disability charity, Through the Roof. The article, in which Sal…
Barriers Are Meant To Be Broken...
Have you ever had your life turned upside down? Things are going great, then something gets flung your way that you never expected? Yep, that happened to me… I had this awesome sports...
'Hero' Bus Driver Kicks Off All Passengers After They Refused To Move For A Wheelchair
The French driver reportedly told all his passengers the bus was 'terminating' after they refused to make room for a wheelchair user.
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The Ratcliffe Family consists of two dads, Garry and Kyle, and four kids – Haydn, Isobella, Curly and Phoebe – three of whom have a disability. Haydn has cerebral palsy and is blind in one eye, Bel…
Leonard Cheshire Disability wins legal fight after discrimination complaint
A charity which provides care for disabled people and was founded by Second World War bomber pilot Leonard Cheshire has won a tribunal fight after a dyslexic former manager made a disability discrimination allegation.Employment tribunal judges have dismissed claims against Leonard Cheshire Disability by a former care home manager who had lost his job.Judges concluded that Leonard Cheshire bosses had established a “conduct reason for dismissal” and that the man had not been wrongfully dismissed or been a victim of direct disability discrimination.They have announced their decision in a written ruling following a tribunal hearing in London.Judges said the former manager was “disabled” within the meaning of equality legislation because he had been diagnosed as dyslexic.
KPMG celebrates two years as a Disability Confident Leader
KPMG assesses the benefits and what the company has learned in two years of its inclusion programme