- Synopsis: Editorial views on articles and current news stories relating to disability and health issues today.
Editorial views and opinions on recent articles and current news stories relating to disability and health issues making headlines around the world.
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Latest Editorials Publications
- Why People With Learning Disabilities Should NOT Work For Less Than The Minimum Wage
Getting the disabled to work for less than UK minimum wage, surfaced again recently, this time during Rosa Monckton's article for The Spectator.
- The Art of Accusation: The Lynching of Intellectual Disability
What kind of a place has the UK become, where people think it is acceptable to lynch a disabled man to death?.
- British TV Chat Show Slams Disability Genocide
Paul Dodenhoff comments on TV show The Last Leg which launched an attack on UK welfare cuts, likening them to genocide against disabled people.
- The Continuing 'Incarceration' of Disability: Facebook Live-streams Disability 'Torture'
Paul Dodenhoff writes on disability hate crime and the alleged recent attack on a man with disabilities in the U.S..
- When is a Decrease in Disability Hate Crime Not a Decrease in Disability Hate Crime?
Equality and Human Rights Commission report states total incidence of hate crime in England and Wales has declined at a time when the overall crime rate has also fallen.
Full List of Editorials Documents (123 Items)