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Gambian Paralympians: where are they now?

Begging in the morning and training in the afternoon – Sulayman Colley says The Gambia’s government needs to do more for disability sport.

Filed in: Disability Gambia Sport

Braille newspaper makes history

To mark International Literacy Day on 8 September Anna-Claire Bevan looks at how a new Guatemalan publication has changed lives.

Filed in: Disability Guatemala Media

Giving #Atoss about disability

Activists are taking aim at politicians after a week of action against the Paralympic sponsor, reports Amy Hall.

Filed in: Disability Human Rights Sport United Kingdom

Paralympic sponsor deemed ‘not fit to work’

Anti-cuts and disabled rights groups promise ‘audacious, daring and disruptive’ week of action against Atos.

Filed in: Activism Disability Sport

Raising the curtain on Atos

Plays inspired by first-hand experiences of disability benefit assessments target the Paralympics’ dodgiest sponsor. Report by Amy Hall.

Filed in: Activism Disability United Kingdom

Sencity: more than a Deaf rave

An eclectic club night for both the Deaf and the hearing is breaking barriers, reports Zoe Cormier.

Filed in: Disability

Power struggle

Uganda has the highest proportion of disabled people in government. Joseph Walugembe and Julia Peckett explore what this means.

Filed in: Disability Uganda

Revolución rampista!

When local government had to move out of the way of activists on a mission. Tomás Hernández explains.

Filed in: Disability Nicaragua

Body blows

Disabled women bear the brunt of extreme prejudice in Zimbabwe. Gladys Charowa has seen it all.

Filed in: Disability

Stuff Pity!

People with disabilities in the Majority World want equal rights. Dinyar Godrej on why there is still much to be done.

Filed in: Disability

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