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Equality Together Bradford is getting involved with this initiative. Sarah Champion is the MP responsible for this. 86% of the cost of Tory tax and benefit changes fall on women’s shoulders. She spoke in Parliament about why the Treasury must honour their public sector duty and carry out equality impact assessments on their policies, just […]

Here in the UK, we have ‘The Disability Confident Scheme.’ The Disability Confident scheme helps employers recruit and retain great people, and to: It also helps identify those employers who are committed to inclusion and diversity in the workplace. The scheme has 3 levels designed to support employers on their Disability Confident journey, these are: […]

Ebony Ambassadors CIC Mental Resilience Workshops on Zoom was a huge success and well attended.The FIRST SPEAKER was QUEEN ESTHER OSAKWE, A Community activist, founder of Life improvement consults, Miss Commonwealth for Africa 2021/2022 as well as Project Manager for Ebony Ambassadors (voluntary role).Esther’s history is one that will inspire you. She was born with […]

“Pressure ulcer prevention and management is an art as well as a science. Different people with similarconditions need different care and that care should be holistic and tailored to the individual.”Linda Nazarko OBE Consultant Nurse West London NHS Trust Before the pandemic, I never got home visits, because I’m not bed-ridden. Previously, only people who […]

Web accessibility, or e-Accessibility, is the inclusive practice of ensuring there are no barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to, websites on the World Wide Web by people with physical disabilities, situational disabilities, and socio-economic restrictions on bandwidth and speed. Misconception #1: web accessibility is about disability. It’s not. Web accessibility is about universality. […]