UK’S LEADING DISABILITY CHARITY, LEONARD CHESHIRE, LAUNCHES ‘POSSIBILITY WITH DISABILITY’, ITS BIGGEST EVER INTEGRATED CAMPAIGN TO SHOWCASE THE POTENTIAL OF DISABLED PEOPLE TO LIVE, LEARN AND EARN.
Disabled people represent the fastest-growing minority group in the UK, yet face some of the most significant challenges regarding education, employment and wellbeing. Paving the way for a new age of disability awareness and acceptance, the UK’s leading disability charity, Leonard Cheshire, has this week launched a brave, new approach to fight for the rights […]
What happens when we’re struck down and hurt, when bones are broken and organs are split? How do we come back, who helps us; family, friends? What does it take, as human beings, to have the patience and energy to push through the pain and frustration, to find the strength to heal? These are the […]
During the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, Special Olympics Latin America and VMLY&R Mexico launched “The Same Blood,” a film that highlights the valuable contribution of persons with intellectual disabilities to the sport’s world and in our daily lives. The film shares the story of a young boy’s pursuit to follow in […]
The Israeli elections are in full swing and will take place in less than 40 days from now (April 9th 2019). This means that every day another politician goes on air – broadcasting live the one more dramatic announcement after the other. Unfortunately, thousands of hard-of-hearing people in Israel cannot follow the live events. Hence, while Elections […]
Dentsu Aegis Network, announced a partnership with AutonomyWorks, a company that specializes in mobilizing employees with autism for core ad operations. Because these functions are often tedious and repetitive, they require a higher aptitude for pattern recognition and attention to detail, which are talents associated with many people with autism. As the Dentsu Aegis Network […]
New research has revealed that extent to which the mentally and physically disabled are being harmfully affected by stereotyping in the UK – and the role being played by advertising and the media. The mentally disabled are the most likely to be negatively stereotyped by society (64% think so, rising to 75% among those actually […]