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# ableism - Tuesday 8 February, 2022

Opinion: Restrictions may have eased, but the pandemic is far from over for disabled people
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# Covid-19

Opinion: Restrictions may have eased, but the pandemic is far from over for disabled people

Feb 8th 2022, 7:00 PM 11,977 Views 4 Comments

A culture of ableism means disabled people were forgotten as Covid restrictions eased, writes Rosie Farrell.

# ableism - Sunday 7 November, 2021

Opinion: The world should not fall into its old ableist habits as Covid re-openings continue
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# Ableism

Opinion: The world should not fall into its old ableist habits as Covid re-openings continue

Nov 7th 2021, 8:30 AM 11,914 Views 9 Comments

Matt McCann says despite the challenges of Covid, some welcome changes have come for those with disabilities and those changes should not be lost.

# ableism - Monday 23 December, 2013

Column: A disabled person’s view on the charity crisis
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# Opinion

Column: A disabled person’s view on the charity crisis

Dec 23rd 2013, 7:30 PM 84 Views 17 Comments

Charity is often framed as an alternative to welfare, the underlying assumption being that it provides a taxation-free way of helping others. In reality, it is a hierarchical relationship which allows us to escape our collective social obligations, writes Chris Lowe.