Liz Sayce: ‘The UK thinks it is a leader in disability rights. But it has a long way to go’ | Mary O’Hara


As disability rights campaigners head to Geneva to challenge the government’s record, long-time advocate Liz Sayce says policies promoting disabled people’s full participation in society are urgently neededIn the quarter century that Liz Sayce, 63, has been an advocate for disability rights, she has witnessed momentous changes. But the former chief executive of Disability Rights UK (DRUK), who stepped down from the role earlier this summer, believes that the movement has reached a critical moment. Related: ‘A human right, not a bonus’: readers on campaigning for disability rights Continue reading…

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