Disability

Model Ellie Goldstein in a Red top holding the new Barbie doll with Down Syndrome
Barbie launches first doll with Down’s Syndrome in move to make the toy world more inclusive
Mattel has unveiled its first-ever Barbie doll with Down's Syndrome, a toy designed to represent...
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Disabled social media star and activist, Shelby Lynch, in her wheelchair.
Disabled model uses her platform to advocate for more diversity in the fashion industry
Disabled fashion and beauty influencer, Shelby Lynch, uses her platform to dispel myths about living...
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Photograph of Silent Witness' Liz Carr in wheelchair
Silent Witness star creates guidelines to empower disabled creators
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Silent Witness star Liz Carr and former BBC channel executive Tanya Motie have designed a...
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British Sign Language
ITV to launch the world’s first British Sign Language channel
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ITV will be launching a new streaming platform this week, branded ITVX, the world’s first...
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The BBC commits to improving representation and access for disabled people on and off screen
The BBC have issued a new set of commitments to improve the representation and access...
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Mattel to release Barbie dolls with disabilities after campaign from Rose Ayling-Ellis
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Barbie has been given a new makeover to help represent those living with disabilities -...
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Ellie Simmonds set to make Strictly history as the first person with Dwarfism to compete
Paralympic swimming champion Ellie Simmonds has been announced as a contestant for this year’s Strictly Come Dancing, and...
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Beyoncé is criticised for using an offensive lyric on her Renaissance album
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Beyoncé is to re-record one of the songs on her new album, Renaissance, after facing...
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Unhidden – socially responsible adaptive fashion for people with Disabilities
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Victoria Jenkins launched a fashion brand for disabled people after a near-death experience led her...
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‘Retake, Remake!’ – Actors with disabilities telling their own stories.
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Lawnmowers Theatre Company, a company run by and for people with learning difficulties, is beginning...
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