Employers need to realise disability is not a sign of weakness or a lack of competence, but a teacher of some particularly transferable life skills.
Robyn Hunt writes on the challenges facing disabled people and what needs to be done to support them during the lockdown.
More than a century after Dickens gave us Tiny Tim, writers often fail to make disability anything other than a narrative crutch.
People's ability to make choices is sometimes impaired, but murder of disabled people is still murder. The systemic forces that underlie such shocking events have never been adequately addressed, argues Robyn Hunt.
Opposition among disabled people to assisted suicide stems from long experience of encountering negative attitudes and human rights abuses, writes Robyn Hunt.