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Legal Aid Queensland 1m
Join Your Story Legal Support to celebrate on Thurs 3 Dec with a free online panel chat about “Not all disabilities are visible” and . We have 4 great panelists with lived experience. More info or register:
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Sally Kift Nov 26
Glad to help out & v much looking forward to it! Great program & lots of familar names!
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CommunityMidwivesIreland Nov 24
Reminding everyone of our ongoing petition to reinstate in the homebirth service. 100% of women's utilising and 100% of midwives providing this service were asked their opinion
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Sofia Brizio Nov 23
With all this talking about Sia, I completely missed this amazing film starring . Thank you, this is what we need ♿️
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Darlene McLennan 8h
Great point made by Paul Harpur that when developing a Disability Action Plan
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Alexander S. Allen Nov 22
For my thoughts on the broader matter with Sia: is a phrase for a reason. For too long have disabled people not been allowed to tell their own stories. 1/3
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Sonia Allori Nov 24
Hard to believe these opinions and representations still exist ...... 😢
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Athena Cooper ♿️🎨 Nov 22
Really great thread. I encourage folks to give it a read.
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Alpha-1 Foundation Ireland Nov 26
This free course is superb and a great pathway to learn more about healthcare and get involved
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Jess Nov 22
Thanks to for mentioning lack of consultation by Emmerdale in piece re Sia’s film not taking the opportunity to use an actor with autism in the lead role 🤦🏻‍♀️ Greater involvement of people with disabilities required when depicted by ‘the arts’
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Young Experts: Tech 4 Health (YET4H) Nov 25
Great to see committing to Meaningful Youth Engagement in its critical work on developing health data governance for the future.
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Debbie Kilroy Nov 26
Sending big love to my sista 💜💜💜 You’re so powerful, intelligent, staunch, honest & loveable my sista 💕💕⬛️🟨🟥
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k.mar Nov 24
Replying to @DUnionUK
One other point to this that I think is hugely important is engaging groups like when considering the impact of the automation of care roles. If the automation is to be done it should be done with those it most impacts
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Disability Rights Fund Nov 25
Cheers to a favorite participatory grantmaking peer! Advancing women’s movements and disability movements will always be linked; we’re glad to be in this work together.
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Obesity Empowerment Network UK Nov 25
For more information about OEN UK's vision and our Strategic Plan 2020-23, read the rest of 's blog 👉
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Ally Boyle MBE Nov 24
What a significant thing this is, great video too😊. Congratulations to for putting the patient voice at the heart of all that you do. I’m proud to be a member of the Cancer Insights Panel, it is incredibly rewarding and a real privilege.
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Dr Franziska Meinck #FBPE Nov 25
Our new article led by Prof Lucie Cluver, Dr Jenny Doubt and our Teen Advisory Group on of research with in sub-Saharan Africa is out today.
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Simone Cleeve Nov 24
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Sarah Whitfield Nov 22
Replying to @131Jj @WickedUK
Thank you so much for this incredible piece of writing. I'm going to share it with my amazing students next week and I know it will help them to understand more. It has to change.
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IDA Nov 27
Reminder❗️ The Civil Society Forum is happening on Dec. 2 at 10 am EST. 🧐 For details & to register, visit:
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