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  • ‘Here to Hear' Bereavement Helpline

    ‘Here to Hear' Bereavement Helpline

    A Multi-Lingual and Multi-Faith Bereavement helpline set up by the DiverseCity Development Trust, the helpline is a listening service for anyone in the Sheffield area struggling to come to terms with loss and grief. The helpline matches callers with someone who speaks the same language or has a similar background.

  • How do Politicians Discuss Disability Issues?

    Evan Odell, DRILL Research Programme Officer has put together an interactive blog which enables you to see how disability related words and phrases have been used in the House of Commons since 1937.

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A fantastic presentation thought provoking and good questions from the floor around promoting this film/message to the general public not just professionals.
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