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An outlined globe features intersecting compass-like lines crossing at the centre. A red heart is overlayed on their midpoint. Underneath the globe are the words "DISABILITY Crosses Borders". "Disability" is capitalised and coloured in a rainbow array.
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Afghan disability activist’s message to world: “Don’t forget people with disability in Afghanistan”

Samiulhaq Sami is a disability rights advocate living in Kabul, working nationally and internationally. He fears for his life and the well-being of his family. He also wants governments and donors to pay attention to the compounding challenges people with… Continue reading Afghan disability activist’s message to world: “Don’t forget people with disability in Afghanistan”

A brown, queer, non-binary person, outdoors, holds a megaphone. They are wearing a dressy white shirt and denim shorts. They have short black, spiky hair. Four people behind them hold signs, one reads Stop the stigma.
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“You’re leaving out communities”: intersectional mental health support and advocacy with Allilsa Fernandez

When queer, non-binary, disabled Latinx mental health advocate Allilsa Fernandez first talked about her lived experience of psychosis with her family, it was a challenging conversation. “You know, when I had symptoms from psychosis, my family didn’t say, Oh, this… Continue reading “You’re leaving out communities”: intersectional mental health support and advocacy with Allilsa Fernandez

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