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Everyday Extraordinary interview: Glen Williams


November 23, 2012

Everyday Extraordinary interview: Anne Sylvester

Anne Sylvester is Senior Diversity Manager for a central government department and an experienced equality campaigner. She also works as a freelance consultant advising companies and individuals on all diversity and inclusion issues....

October 12, 2012

The arts: space to think

Over the summer I had the pleasure of joining some of the events organised by Liverpool’s Da Da Fest which formed their vibrant international festival celebrating the work and talents of deaf and disabled artists and performers. I could easily have spent half a day immersed in the Niet Normaal exhibition which pushed provocatively at the boundaries of what is ‘normal’. One of the exhibits I could not tear myself away from was by Ben Cove. See below....

October 9, 2012

Everyday Extraordinary interview: Joanne Fardella

Joanne Fardella is a solicitor. She recently started a new role at Joseph Frasier LLP solicitors, leading their department supporting D/deaf and hard of hearing clients. Joanne also lectures in law. One of her two children is deaf. Click for Joseph Frasier site...

October 1, 2012

Mentoring: turbo-power your learning

Mentoring lets you share ideas, solve problems and learn. I have been lucky to have had fantastic mentors. I have also learnt a lot from mentoring others. If you are interested in trying, this blog is for you. ...

August 20, 2012

Everyday Extraordinary interview: Susanne Rees

Susanne Rees is Director of iDID Adventure, a social enterprise building resilience through independent adventure. iDID Adventure website ...

August 6, 2012

What I have been up to

Normally at my happiest with pen in hand (yes, a pen, with messy real ink – younger readers will be able to find a picture of this antique item on the internet). But writing a blog? That’s another story. Do we read blogs because other people’s lives are endlessly fascinating? Or is it because we are constantly in search of a life (and answers) which are better, apparently, than our own? ...

June 21, 2012

Everyday Extraordinary interview: Sir Bert Massie

Sir Bert Massie is one of the UK?s foremost disability rights leaders and activists. His influential career has included leading RADAR (the Royal Association for Disability Rights) as CEO and Chairing the Disability Rights Commission from 2000 to 2007. ...

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