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In 2016, Baker McKenzie participated in This is Me in the City, a Lord Mayor's Appeal Campaign which focuses on encouraging people who have experienced mental health issues to share their story. The ...
We speak to former Spring intern, Saad and Business Systems Analyst, Olu Ogbe about their career experience at J.P. Morgan and the role of assistive technology in their work.
December is almost upon us.. but before you bring out the Christmas carols, there is one important event to celebrate - International Day of Persons with Disabilities!
MyPlus Students' Club and The British Stammering Association want to celebrate International Stammering Awareness Day by encouraging you to talk about stammering.
Barclays is working hard to respond to the needs of employees struggling with mental health conditions and end the stigma.
Dyslexia affects 1 in 10 people in the UK and it is considered to be the most common hidden disability.
The BBC report on the results of a YouGov survey stating that over a third of female students suffer with mental health condition.
The 5 most read post from our guest bloggers over the last 3 months for you to read again or for the first time.
With the Rio Olympic games just around the corner, Channel 4 have released their trailer for the Paralympics.
As Andy Murray bathes in the glory of his second Wimbledon victory, we give an extra round of applause to 15 year-old Francesca Jones from Bradford.
In a recent article for The Guardian, Katharine Quarmby explores the scale and reasons behind the "disability employment gap".
We are looking for new writers to join our blogging team.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry launch the 'Heads Together' campaign.
Between the 9th and 15th May, people around the country are going blue for ME Awareness Week.
Enterprise-Rent-A-Car wins Most Popular Graduate Employer.
Both Ellie and Ben developed a different perspective on their conditions.
Employable Me follows some "extraordinary job seekers whose brains are wired differently".
Here are a couple more national awareness campaigns you can get involved with.
This year Disabled Access Day takes place on Saturday 12th March.
22-28 February is Eating Disorders Awareness Week
Rare Diseases Day is an awareness day the takes place on the last day of February each year.
A must-see TEDTalk about perceptions of disability.
Meet the charity that fights educational inequality in the UK.
71% of the employees said they were more likely to stay with an employer that recognise their potential.
Channel 4 pledge a year to encouraging disabled people in broadcasting.
Meet the pioneering legal practice operating around the world at the frontline of developing business.
Raising awareness about access for disabled music fans.
One of Lord Alan Sugar’s final five candidates recently revealed he lied to the show’s producers about a medical condition in order to participate.
The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Disability Advocacy Network (DAN) aims to build a disability confident culture through education, volunteering and awareness initiatives.
On 3 December the world marked the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
PwC encourage diversity and have been awarded several external benchmarks for their inclusivity.
This week's featured employer...say hello to law firm, Dentons.
The theme for the day is Inclusion matters: access and empowerment for people of all abilities.
Former London Mayor, Ken Livingston, hits the headlines following some very questionable use of language.
Global law firm Mayer Brown joins Great With Disability
Learn to manage your diabetes well.
By J Andrews; Graduate, Kings College London
Great With Disability founder, Helen Cooke, wins Back Up Trust Award.
London chef is training young people with disabilities
The number of students seeking help to deal with stress is on the rise.
We Are Not Simply Ticking The “Diversity” Box
By Afsa Ahmed; Post-graduate, Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School; Graduate, University of Manchester
On Saturday the 10th October the World Federation of Mental Health is hosting World Mental Health Day.
5th to 11th October 2015