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Access and Inclusion, Post-Covid: Will it mark a Change for the Better?

Access and Inclusion, Post-Covid: Will it mark a Change for the Better?

At last, the economy is set to awaken from its Covid-induced slumber. Now, as thousands of employees return to their desks, I wonder, what will the lingering after-effects of the pandemic do for access and inclusion for disabled people and those living with long-term health conditions? Employers will have a different Focus as we Return …

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Finding lockdown hard? This is everyday life for millions of disabled people

When the UK lockdown was announced on 23rd March, I think I speak for most of us when I say that the future seemed hazy and unclear. Never before has the general population seen a time where they aren’t able to leave their homes except for essential trips and exercise, where supermarket shelves are bare …

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Inclusion and diversity in awards – and businesses – can only be a good thing

I was fortunate enough to win the Inclusion and Diversity category in The East Midlands Business Desk ‘s Leadership awards earlier this month, and as a black and disabled entrepreneur, I often think about the idea behind inclusion and diversity categories when it comes to award ceremonies. For the most part, I believe them to …

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