Broadcaster Diversity Promise

National broadcasters, including the BBC, ITV and Sky have pledged their support to increase the number of disabled people working on and off screen by 2020. According to the Creative Diversity Network (CDN), only 11.3% of those in television are


Walking on Air

Margaret Ferry, originally from Guernsey, literally rose to the challenge of raising money for MS Trust recently – by flying in a glider! 61-year-old, Margaret, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) thirty years ago, teamed up with Scottish charity,


Inclusive Transport Strategy

The Department for Transport has launched the Inclusive Transport Strategy (ITS), a new venture that will invest up to £300 million to make Britain’s travel network more fully inclusive and disabled-friendly by 2030.  The new initiative acknowledges that access to


All the Awards Now!

Recognising media talent in all its forms, the O2 Media Awards were designed to celebrate media and publications in the Yorkshire and The Humber area.  We’re delighted to announce that All Together Now! have won the award for Specialist Publication of


Disability and Working Life

Government statistics show there’s a substantial difference in the rates of disabled people in employment, education and further education, compared to non-disabled counterparts. These statistics show 19.2% of disabled people aged 16+ don’t hold any formal qualifications – compared to


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