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Disabled People are not Worthless

By winvisibleblog | October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Disabled people are not worthless Lord Freud’s willingness to consider paying people with disabilities £2 an hour, the closure of the Remploy factories and the demeaning treatment disabled people receive from Atos are starvation policies. The Nazis called us “useless eaters”, expressing similar contempt. This devaluing of human life is widespread. Mothers are called “workless” […]

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Asylum seekers, refugees & immigrants

By winvisibleblog | October 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

NEWS REPORT FROM OCTOBER 2014: Disabled human rights campaigner Manjeet Kaur has won her case against the Home Office’s attempt to evict her onto the streets. A judge has ruled that Manjeet, who is Chair of RAPAR, can stay in her home in Whalley Range until her asylum case has finally been completed. The judge […]

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“A Special Kind of Mum”

By winvisibleblog | December 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Click to watch this documentary about two fantastic disabled mums and their struggles.

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“My Experience of the Psychiatric System”

By winvisibleblog | November 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

My experience of the psychiatric system – an immigrant mother speaks out   ”The reason why I can’t stand up, is because I don’t feel well enough.  I’ve been in a mental hospital for the past seven to eight months and I just came out two weeks ago.  I just wanted to say something about […]

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Tackling Discrimination at Work

By winvisibleblog | January 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Tackling discrimination at work – my story I was looking for a suitable office job for quite a while, paying a reasonable wage.  Finally, I found a job.  I was very confident and comfortable because I knew that the Access to Work (ATW) scheme would help me adjust to my new job — Access to […]

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Action on California Budget Cuts

By winvisibleblog | December 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

  Urgent Call to Support People’s Convention This is an URGENT CALL to support the People’s Convention called by Communities Actively Living Independent & Free (CALIF), an organization of people with disabilities.  The Convention is a protest that is demanding a California Budget that does not include life-threatening cuts proposed by the Governor, impacting the most vulnerable […]

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Justice for Daniel–And all of our Kids (2008)

By winvisibleblog | December 1, 2008 | 0 Comments

DHS – Give Us Back Our Children, a multi-racial group of mothers and supporters fighting for custody of their children in foster care, hailed the landmark decision to criminally indict four workers in the 2006 death of a child under the supervision of the Philadelphia Department of Human Services.  They will hold a protest at […]

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Vietnamese Agent Orange Victims (2008)

By winvisibleblog | October 27, 2008 | 0 Comments

Support Vietnamese Agent Orange Victims & the Vietnamese Women U.S. Speaking Tour! JOIN US IN WELCOMING VIETNAMESE AGENT ORANGE VICTIMS Monday, October 27th, 6:00-8:00 PM UCLA Downtown Labor Center 675 S. Park View Street, Los Angeles 90057 COME HEAR: Dang Hong Nhut is from Ho Chi Minh City. She suffers from cancer & had multiple miscarriages […]

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By winvisibleblog | March 1, 2007 | 0 Comments

Disabled people in Iraq: iraqpeoplewdisabilitiesdisnowmar07

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