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A French tech company called Wandercraft is developing a cutting-edge exoskeleton enabling wheelchair users to walk.
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Former Euronews anchor Isabelle Kumar shares a personal account of how her family navigated the pandemic with their son who has epilepsy and autism.
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Indonesian amputees pursue footballing dreams
One-legged Indonesian keeps football dream alive.
Meet Super Sam, the endurance athlete fuelled by the superpower of autism
"I think the strength that people with autism have in terms of their focus, their ability to sustain long tasks for long periods without being distracted, are just wonderful traits."
Behind Liza Minelli and Lady Gaga's touching moment at the Oscars
The pair were presenting the Best Picture Oscar which eventually went to 'CODA,' but everyone's talking about a tender moment they shared beforehand.
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'CODA' was the outlier in the Best Picture category until it won at the SAGs. After the weekend's trophy, could the film win big at the Oscars?
Deaf Ukrainian refugees find shelter in Romania
As the war rages on, deaf Ukrainian refugees find shelter and support at Romania's border.
This Egyptian researcher has built a brainwave-controlled wheelchair
As a child, Abdelrahman Omran was unable to walk until the age of 5. But the experience inspired the 24-year-old to create the device which he hopes will help others like him.
The right to work: enabling people with disabilities to thrive in the job market
Real Economy travels to Poland and Spain to meet two women with disabilities breaking down barriers in the work place and asks European Commissioner Helena Dalli what action is being taken at a European level.
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President walks bullied girl with Down's syndrome to school
The president said in a statement he visited Embla Ademi and her family "to give my support and to raise awareness that inclusion is a basic principle".
Schools against discrimination: How Special Olympics movement is bringing wind of change
The Special Olympics (SO) movement is leveraging the role of schools to boost inclusion through its Unified Schools programme.
Team USA wheelchair basketball Paralympian shares her Tokyo highlights
Team USA wheelchair basketball player Courtney Ryan is keen to return to Tokyo to do some more exploring after attending the Paralympics there in 2021.
People with disabilities can drive this car using just their hands
Mazda is releasing a new driving system in one of their latest SUVs that will allow people with lower-body disabilities to drive solely with their hands.
Can a smart ramp solve transport's accessibility problem?
A Japanese rail company is trialling an automatic ramp that helps wheelchair users get on trains independently. But is it a long-term solution to a major problem?
Electric vehicles replace horses in Jordan's ancient city of Petra
This ancient capital is looking to modern technology to improve animal welfare, increase accessibility and prevent the World Heritage Site from being damaged.
French quadruple amputee begins attempt to cross world's highest lake
Paralympian quadruple amputee Theo Curin begins his challenge to swim 122 kilometres across the world's highest navigable lake to raise awareness of environmental pollution.
US government sues Uber for charging disabled people unfair fees
The app allegedly charged disabled people for waiting time incurred while they got into its vehicles. Uber says it refunded all affected passengers who asked to be paid back.
The inventor changing attitudes towards people with disabilities
"I realised that my life would be much easier if my computer would be able to talk for me.”
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"Neither the wheelchair nor my disability has ever determined who I am" - Teresa Perales
Teresa Perales has regularly defied the odds to become Spain's most decorated Paralympian. After winning a prestigious Princess of Asturias Award, she tells us how she has managed to succeed, how she manages her work-life balance and why she chose to swim.
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Hollie Murphy, the coach training Dubai’s heroes for a future without limitations
Meet Hollie Murphy, the founder of ‘Heroes of Hope’, a not-for-profit group developing sporting, social and interpersonal skills for people of determination in Dubai and across the UAE.
At Denmark’s Human Library, you can read people like a book
The Human Library invites people to 'publish' their story in 30 minute conversations with 'readers'.
Will personal wheelchairs soon be allowed as seats on planes?
Flying can be a stressful experience for wheelchair users but that could soon change with the results of this new study.
ERMIS II - the project helping people with reduced mobility enjoy the beach
Thanks to a European project, people with reduced mobility in Cyprus and in Greece can enjoy the sea as many beaches are now equipped with wheelchair ramps, devices to get them into the water and much more.
Paralympian and musician: Manami Ito, Japan's show-stealing violinist
Haunting notes stream from Manami Ito's violin as she gracefully draws her bow back and forth, clasping it with her specially designed prosthetic arm
Tokyo Paralympics putting Japan’s accessibility issues in spotlight
Activists have welcomed the progress made on accessibility and inclusion issues but warn that there is still a long way to go in changing attitudes towards disabled people in Japan.