The deadline to make Australia’s public transport accessible has passed, and, disgracefully, no state or territory has met its obligations in full.
Freedom Socialist Party legal eagle and working-class champion.
A look at the incredible life and immense legacy of Helen Keller, including her commitment to socialist and feminist causes.
A call to resist the cooptation of the radical disability justice movement launched by queer Black and brown founders.
Whose survival depends on this 85-year-old benefit? Why should it be expanded? And how? The answers are not complicated.
Sharaz Kayani’s self-immolation outside Parliament House in Canberra last year was a wake-up call — not only about the plight of refugees in this country but also the treatment of… Read more »
“I was born with a disability. I couldn’t sit up until I was five years old. I was shy as an adolescent. For most of my adult life, I have… Read more »
“I am unsure of how I developed my hearing disability. It was gradual. I am diagnosed as having a nerve deafness caused by bronchitis. I left school in Form 5,… Read more »
“In 1993 I was hospitalised. I had been having depression on and off. After being misdiagnosed a few times, I finally found a doctor who diagnosed Multi Personality Disorder, which… Read more »
A Tale of Two Systems: A disabled worker compares the treatment of disabled people in Cuba and the U.S.
Being born disabled, I became aware of other disabled individuals around the discrimination they encountered. I could not understand why this was happening. Nor could I comprehend why the needs… Read more »