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UNITE Magazine - Claim Your First Free Copy

UNITE Magazine  - Claim Your First Free Copy

UNITE is a new magazine aimed at disabled people and parents and carers fighting for the rights of their disabled children.

UNITE wants to highlight the issues of inequality that unfortunately still exist in our society, challenge the problems and ask for answers. Its aim is to give disabled people a platform to have their voices heard.

Editorial will showcase campaigns and petitions fighting for the rights of disabled people, UNITE aims to work with various charities and disabled people’s organisations to highlight prominent issues that affect people of all ages with physical disabilities, learning disabilities and sensory impairments.

UNITE will have regular columnists sharing their personal views and opinions, interviews with leading personalities in the disability community and everyday people sharing their experiences. You may offer to be one!

Find out more about the magazine and how to claim your first free issue on UNITE magazine’s website


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