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Oxford has an 'Access' problem. #005

But it’s not what you think.

When I say ‘access’, I mean physical access. To the buildings, to the library, to the lunch halls in colleges. 478 more words

teach your dog tricks, not mine!

I absolutely adore the public, mostly! However, I had a few things happen yesterday which I feel need bringing to attention.
I was fundraising yesterday in one of the big supermarkets in Cardiff. 499 more words

An Open Letter to Vendors at PAX South

Dear Vendors:

PAX South 2016 just concluded in San Antonio, Texas.  This event only happens once per year, and draws people from all over the country (and in some cases, the world) to engage in their passion for gaming.   1,410 more words

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Don't call before noon.

What is so difficult to understand about that sentence?

We tell everyone the same thing. Very few people take it to heart or understand that we really do mean it. 69 more words

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Multiple Sclerosis is a Disability: MSSI

Multiple Sclerosis Society of India (MSSI) Chennai is planning to make a strong statement on February 7 (India Multiple Sclerosis Day) at its office at its office in 8/17, Shafee Mohammed Road (near Apollo Children’s Hospital), Chennai. 120 more words
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Need policy for students with disability’

MUMBAI: Mental health experts in the city have demanded that the government take initiatives for well-being of students with disability after they complete 18 years of ageRecently, over 30 students from a special needs school were asked to leave as they had completed 25 years of age and the school wanted to accommodate students on the wait list. 83 more words
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Part of the Story: Lego, Neil Gaiman, and the Importance of Inclusion

My friend Alex just sent me a truly wonderful write-up from the Guardian about the newest member of the Lego MiniFigure family, who happens to use a wheelchair. 602 more words

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