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The Queen’s Speech 2017
What does the government’s new programme of legislation mean for Deaf and Disabled people?
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The Queen’s Speech – what does it mean for Deaf and Disabled people?
On 21st June the Queen delivered her speech outlining the government’s programme of legislation and measures for the next two years. Below we have given an outline of areas of particular interest to Deaf and Disabled people.
Dare not speak thy name – why do we struggle with discussing impairment?
Those of us in the disability sector who adopt a social model of disability approach to disability often struggle with discussing impairment – partly because some feel that it is betraying the social model to do so, but it is also a reaction to the dominance of the impairment narrative in society particularly by charities and the media. Guest post by Zara Todd.