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Sign the petition: England’s social care crisis can’t be ignored any longer

Sign the petition today – people should get the care they deserve: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/204631 A chronic lack of funding means that over 1 million older and disabled people are going without the care they need, including help to get out of bed, wash and eat – without this basic help they cannot live a decent life. Pledges […]

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Tek Talk Presents Developers of New “Text-To-Braille” Device

Dr. Marion Heath, Senior Lecturer (Biomedical Engineering),University of Glasgow and PH.D candidate Oliver Ozioko will be talking about their new “text-to-braille’ device online the via Accessible World website. The “text-to-Braille” device will scan and instantly turn printed material into Braille. This will allow students or employees and many others to receive handouts or other printed […]

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Exciting New Job Opportunities at Liberty

Liberty is currently recruiting for some really exciting new roles – particularly for anyone starting out in human rights/political campaigning. And they would especially like to encourage applications from people of colour and Disabled people. They are looking for a Digital/Communications Assistant, an Advocacy Intern and a Receptionist/Assistant to the Director. Liberty campaigns for everyone […]

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International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women: Next Link Candle Lit Vigil

Next Link is inviting people to join its candlelit march to highlight the number of women and children affected by Domestic Abuse and Rape and Sexual Abuse. The march marks the United Nation’s International Elimination of Violence against Women day. The procession will leave Next Link, 5 Queen Square BS1 5JQ on 23rd November at […]

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Disabled Artist Residency

Applications open for a £12,000 bursary for UK Disabled artist residency taking place January-July 2018. This is an artist residency opportunity for disabled artists (individuals who identify as Disabled people or have long-term health conditions) and currently work or would like to develop their practice in the public realm. Taking place between January – July 2018, the project will […]

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