Tag Archives: activism
Polish Project: Dignity and Equality

Polish Project: Dignity and Equality

If you are in a hurry, please click on the fundraising page and donate just£10. Do you remember my Epic European Disability Roadtrip last year? In October I travelled in my Motability car to my grandfathers homeland of Lithuania, down to Prague, back to the UK, and everywhere inbetween. I overcame personal barriers, met disabled […]

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Ability – don’t dis it, but own it

Ability – don’t dis it, but own it

If you are disabled, have a relationship to someone who is, work in this world or maybe just read my blog; you get the base issues faced. When writing on the subject of disability, you can’t be everything to everyone. Despite having an impairment, people are still people. A medical condition will vary making life’s […]

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Instagram #accessdenied Campaign

Instagram #accessdenied Campaign

Further to my ‘need for a new approach’ blog posts, I wanted to spell out my latest ‘creative activism’ campaign. Simply using Instagram on your mobile, take a good picture (with or without you in view – or even one of each) of an inaccessible place, add some cool effects and tweet it with the […]

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New Goals and New Experiences

New Goals and New Experiences

“Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls […]

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Lets push things forward

Since my last blog I carried out training in Bristol, drove back to mums, blew out my candles, hit St.Ives town (slept Friday night), then visited my grandparents and aunty, picked my mum up from her work reunion and met many people I knew from yrs gone by there, had dinner in the Turkish restaurant […]

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