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  • National Disabled People’s Summit

    National Disabled People’s Summit

    As part of a campaign to co-ordinate resistance against Government austerity policies this national summit will take place at the NUT headquarters, Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, Kings Cross, London WC1H 9BD on Saturday November 4 from 11am-4.30pm.

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  • Prove It, Fix It Campaign

    Prove It, Fix It Campaign

    A Sheffield charity, Sparkle, has launched a campaign and petition to try and ensure autistic children get the right form of education, claiming that Sheffield City Council has been putting finances before needs.

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  • Southern Health NHS Trust Guilty Verdict

    Southern Health NHS Trust Guilty Verdict

    After a 4 year justice campaign Southern Health Trust has finally pleaded guilty in court for its failings in the case of 18-year-old Connor, a patient under their care, who drowned in a bath while having an epileptic seizure at the now-closed Slade House in Oxford in 2013.

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  • Tell Your Story of Working with a Disability in Sheffield

    Tell Your Story of Working with a Disability in Sheffield

    Do you have a disability and work? Do you employ someone with a disability? In a series of articles, the Sheffield Telegraph will tell the stories of workers and employers who see people for what they can do, and not what they can’t – so get in touch if you can help with their campaign.

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  • Nationwide 'Be Clear on Cancer' Campaign

    Nationwide 'Be Clear on Cancer' Campaign

    While it may be nothing serious the campaign encourages anyone with a persistent cough or breathlessness to see their doctor to find and treat heart and lung conditions early.

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