Premier League clubs are prioritising finance over improving access and should face legal action if they fail to meet the needs of disabled fans, according to a new report.
Several clubs including Liverpool, Chelsea and Watford are likely to miss
World Braille Day takes place on 4 January and with that in mind we have chosen Robin Millar as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the month.
Robin is a record producer, musician and businessman and was born with
The Premier League lacks a “culture of inclusivity” for disabled fans, says a leading equality campaigner.
Some top-flight clubs have not yet met guidelines on disability access.
Lord Holmes, a member of the Equalities and Human Rights Commission and a
Comic strips offer children with dyslexia and autism an alternative way to learning subjects at school, a Scottish entrepreneur has suggested.
Rossie Stone has set up Dekko Comics to create educational comic strips after drawing his own while at secondary
The Paralympics starts on 7 September 2016 and with this in mind we have chosen Sarah Storey as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month
Sarah is a road and track racing cyclist and former swimmer, multiple gold medal winner
Andrew Rees has become the first deaf man to swim the English Channel solo.
The Welshman, 48, who represented Great Britain’s deaf swimming team in the 1990s, completed the crossing shortly before midnight on Sunday.
He was supported by his
Disability Awareness Day is on 10 July and with this in mind we have chosen Blaine Harrison as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month. Blaine is a musician and songwriter who is best known as the lead vocalist of
Diabetes Awareness Week 2016 runs from 12 – 18 June and with this in mind we have chosen Chris Pennell as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month.
Chris is a professional rugby player with Worcester Warriors and an Ambassador
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