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  • Disability History Online Survey

    Disability History Online Survey

    The history of disabled people is as long as the history of the human race; but is rarely discussed in schools. The Disability History Network have launched an online survey to find out what kind of stories you believe should be taught to secondary school aged children learning about disability history.

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  • Looking Back At The Teaching Of Disability History

    Looking Back At The Teaching Of Disability History

    The University of Sheffield’s history department is hoping to build an educational resource about disability finding out what people learnt about the British Empire and disability history in general, during their education. Senior lecturer Dr Esme Cleall would love to hear from you if you’d like to contribute your viewpoint.

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  • Exhibition Charts 120 years of Disabled Living

    Exhibition Charts 120 years of  Disabled Living

    Newly discovered photographs charting the 120-year history of the charity, Disabled Living, are on show in a permanent exhibition in Manchester.The photographs offer a unique chance to see the history of a disability charity in the UK.

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