A magazine to help young disabled people to raise their career aspirations, fulfil their potential and make the transition into work.
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This edition looks at disability attitudes, perceptions and hate crime.
It includes interviews with:
It also features articles about the work that is being done to deal with negative attitudes, for example, the Brittle Bone Society’s schools project, and Time to Change.
The Disabled People’s User Led Organisations Young Ambassadors have been involved in preparing the magazine.
Why did the disabled person cross the road: Young DPULO Ambassadors
Opinion: Mike Penning MP Minister for State for Disabled People
Q&A attitudes: So why do attitudes matter anyway?
OI, Listen up! The Brittle Bone Society
Would the real Mike Penning MP please stand up: What the Young DPULO Ambassadors wanted to know about the new Minister for State for Disabled People
You can tell the values of a nation by its advertisements: Opinion – Stephen Brookes
Making a statement
Interview: Alex Brooker
Are you kidding?
Quiz: Where would we be now without disabled people
The Louise Hunt interview: Giving out a positive attitude will always reflect on others around you
Interview: Assistant Chief Constable Harris – Disability Hate Crime Lead
True Vision / Disability Rights UK (DRUK)
Interview: Stephen Brookes, Disability Hate Crime Network
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