News and opinions on disability
and inclusion
Archive for June, 2012

Changes could threaten the accessbility of transport

Gerri Pomeroy returns to talk about Government changes that may limit the ability of disabled people and others to have a say on transport. Gerri also talks about what you can do about it. If you missed her previous post on transport you can find it here. It provides good background for today’s blog. The Government ...

Education for All?

In light of the controversy surrounding the potential closure of residential special schools, Policy and Information Leader Jonathan Tautari outlines why greater inclusiveness in education benefits us all. How we educate our children helps to determine what our future society will look like. Stopping disabled children from accessing regular classes and schools prevents us from ...

How easy is our public transport to use?

Hello and welcome to our second blog post, my name is Gerri and I work as an Access Co-ordinator for CCS Disability Action. I have a special interest in making sure everyone can access our transport system, particularly disabled people who don’t have independent access to a car. I use a wheelchair for mobility myself ...

David’s thoughts

Welcome to our very first blog – our goal for providing this blog service is to connect with a wider audience of people interested in disability issues and ways to make this great country of ours more inclusive. Contributors to this blog will raise issues from their own working perspective. My perspective is built on ...