Disabled children – a forgotten minority in the pandemic. Is it the same in your country?

... 70% of disabled children have been unable to access vital therapies that are essential for their development during the third lockdown

From Disabled Childrens Partnership (UK):

'In January, we asked our Parent Panel about the impact of the third lockdown – and the cumulative impact of the pandem

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Whistleblowing – You are a whistleblower if you are a worker and you report certain types of wrongdoing

The Equality and Human Rights Commission UK tells us what we need to know  

They say: ‘If you are a worker concerned that your employer is committing breaches of equality and human rights law, you can report your concerns to us

If the information you provide meets certain criteria, you m

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Benefits payments withheld from the chronically ill in COVID-19 government failure. Bad news from UK

The cancellation of face-to-face assessments meant claimants didn’t receive money they were entitled to – leaving some homeless or destitute

From Open Democracy press release: 'In some cases, cancer patients died without receiving the money they were owed. In others, disabled people failed to pay bi

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