The government’s failure to take long Covid seriously has led to the formation of a group campaigning for the thousands of forgotten victims of the illness.
As the Russian invasion continues, people with disabilities and their families are facing even greater hurdles than most Ukrainians trying to reach safety.
The government is using an algorithm forcing disabled people into gruelling and invasive benefit fraud investigations.
A new photo series by Todd Antony spotlights a talented team of players who are overcoming adversity and finding solace through football.
The Paralympics is often celebrated for its inclusivity, but could the games also be helping to cultivate dangerous tropes about disabled people?
During the second wave of the pandemic, it was revealed that Covid patients with learning disabilities were given DNR notices. While shocking, the news spoke to a long history of sacrifices disproportionately falling on the shoulders of disabled people.
To mark 25 years this month since the DDA came into effect, writer Frances Ryan argues that it's time to stop seeing disabled people as weak and to defend their basic rights.
In our latest film series, we meet organisers that are pivoting during the pandemic and finding novel ways to take action.
A new short tells the story of Alex Parish, who has spent years struggling with one of the world’s more mysterious physical disorders.
Living with a chronic illness, Dawn Foster has seen first-hand how society discriminates against disabled people. She still faces prejudice on a regular basis.
After an accident 18 years ago, Paul Pritchard was told he'd never climb again. But now he's returned to Tasmania to conquer the climb that nearly killed him.
Skater Oscar Loreto Jr. pays tribute to Jon Comer, who showed the world that a prosthetic limb cannot hold you back from pursuing what you love.