presented by your vice-president welfare & community
Liberation group lead by your Disabilities, Accessibility and Neuro-Diverse Officer
Terminologies and phrases related to various disabilities and health conditions that could help you understand someone's journey as a disabled person.
This blog post from Mental Health at Work offers ideas on how to be an effective ally to someone suffering with mental health issues
A helpful post on how to be a positive addition to conversations surrounding mental health
An outreach project dedicated to dealing with the disconnect between the disability community and the liberal, progressive and left activist scene.
Access Now is an organisation that looks to make the world a more accessible place by pin pointing accessible places across the world. Work towards being a better ally by assisting in their goal to pin accessible places you visit.
This Youtube Channel creates everything you need to learn the basics of British Sign Language including lessons, tutorials and quizzes. It is entirely free, however they do have the option for you to become a member so they can continue to produce their excellent resources.
This conversation focuses on a world run by people with disabilities, and the ways that this world is already being created by people with disabilities through forms of resistance.
A documentary from the BBC about the abuse experienced by disabled people in the UK.
Comedian and presenter Alex Brooker looks at the way his disability has impacted his life and how he has grown as a person.
A documentary set in an American summer camp for people with disabilities. It follows the story of a group of camp-goers who begin a movement against inequalities directed at people with disabilities.
Comedian Stella Young talks about how her being in a wheelchair does not turn her into an inspiration for humanity. She discusses the idea of 'inspiration porn' and what that means as a disabled person.
The Accessible Stall is a disability podcast hosted by Kyle Khachadurian and Emily Ladau that discusses a host of issues that impact the disabled community
Shona Louise is a disabilities and theatre blogger and freelance writer who speaks about her experiences as someone who uses a power chair.
Disabilities, Accessibility and Neuro-Diverse Officer
Be sure to self-define as a ally to keep up to date with any allyship events from the Disabilities, Accessibility and Neuro-Diverse Network