The championship was organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports and was attended by 21 Egyptian universities.
"Can I get married? Will my kids be normal?" asked a patient, who wished to remain anonymous, on a Muscular Dystrophy support group.
The majority are African.
Living with disability is always a challenge, but for a disabled Palestinian living in Gaza, that disability is amplified.
Apple Inc. said that the current range of emoji does not represent the experiences of those with disabilities.
The 7th edition of D-CAF presents the Irish film “Sanctuary”, a heart-warming story of love between two people with intellectual disabilities.
Special report on people with disability in Egypt.
Sedentary older adults who start exercising may not reduce their risk of becoming frail, but they may experience less disability, a new study suggests.
ET explores the contributions of Helm Foundation to make Egypt fully accessible for persons with disabilities.
My name is Tracey Ebbs. I live in rural northern Buckinghamshire and work as a freelance copywriter.
amasatt Art Gallery will organize a gallery for special needs artists on September 24.
Ministry of Interior has dedicated specially equipped wings for disabled prisoners at the Wadial-Natroun prison hospital to provide special medical care.
God’s Rich Pattern by Lin Berwick is a love story on many different levels.
For the first time, Al-Nour Wal Amal Chamber Orchestra, composed entirely of blind/visually-impaired women, will be performing in China, including a concert in Hong Kong.
September 3 sees the return of Parallel London, a mass-participation race for people of all abilities.
Struggling to find accessible days out that will keep the kids entertained over the school holidays?
The top 10 accessible tourist destination from across London.
The Japanese society is extremely organized. Everything, from where to stand on an escalator to train schedules, work exactly as you would expect them to.
There are very few work-related emails I dislike receiving. I love my job! However, there’s also only a few emails that I get extremely excited about.
Editor of Disability United, Fleur Perry, talks about the importance of music in making voices heard and creating change, and reminisces about the songs from the height of the Disability Rights Movement.