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On a Roll: The Board Game That Provides Disability Equality Training As You Play

On a Roll: The Board Game That Provides Disability Equality Training As You Play

Callum July 17, 2015

We talk to Toyah Wordsworth about the novel approach she’s adopted for her disability equality workshops… Throughout her childhood, Toyah Wordsworth was often prone to falling over and frequent clumsiness, but was unable to

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Raising the Bar: Alex Hawley’s Legal Aspirations

Raising the Bar: Alex Hawley’s Legal Aspirations

Callum June 25, 2015

29-year-old Alex Hawley tells us about his determination to pursue a career in law It was through studying a degree in criminology at Lincoln University that Alex Hawley first became interested in pursuing a

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A Cut Above: Hairdressing without Hearing

A Cut Above: Hairdressing without Hearing

Callum June 3, 2015

20-year-old Charlie Logan tells us about his experiences of working as a stylist at an Edinburgh hair salon…. Hairdressing has always been a career path I have wanted to go down. After growing up watching

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Unfinished Business: Making The City More Inclusive

Unfinished Business: Making The City More Inclusive

Callum April 21, 2015

We talk to the City veteran that’s on a mission to make life more manageable for disabled people in London’s financial heartland… Robert Hunter is a partner in a large international firm of London solicitors, specialising in helping

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