Palestinians took part in a wheelchair marathon to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Gaza City.
These last eight months of pandemic have deprived us of our lives as we knew them, but among all our routine, one might have been hit the hardest: our freedom to move. Athletes were particularly badly hit as training and games were cancelled across the world.
For many students, a return to school ended months of disruption to their learning. But the requirement to wear face masks in the classroom means that, for deaf children, the problems continue.
"This is an act of discrimination by the government, which has forgotten that people with disabilities exist," accessibility consultant José Manuel Delicado tells Euronews.
There are approximately 72 million deaf people worldwide, using more than 300 different sign languages, according to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD).
Real Economy visits Warsaw, Brussels and Hannover to see what's being done to improve accessibility across Europe for people with living with a disability.
Spotlight explores the efforts being made in Japan to ensure the Paralympics have a lasting impact for those living with a disability.
Inspired by Captain Tom Moore, the centenarian veteran who raised tens of millions, the young man decided to set off on his own charity walk.
For the deaf or hard of hearing, the see-through panel allows them to lip-read while maintaining a safe distance.
Engineers and researchers working in tandem have developped a robotic prosthetic that closely imitates the 'natural architecture' and synergy of the hand.
As the Spanish Parliament debates a bill to scrap forced sterilisation of women and girls with disability, Euronews spoke to a survivor.
Thirty-one-year-old Emirati, Amal Al Mansouri is a struggling artist of a different kind.
New electric tricycles that resemble Roman chariots have begun appearing in France. They are calling the vehicle, the Benur and it's already causing a sensation for those with impaired mobility.
The technology represents a scientific breakthrough that could bring hope to tetraplegics seeking to regain movement.
Groups "Cambiando Modelos" (Changing Models) and Kadima hope the show will help to change the way disability is seen
Musa Motha's leg was amputated when he was 11-years-old, after being diagnosed with cancer. Now he is a lead dancer in 'Cion: Requiem of Ravel's Bolero.'
After losing the use of his legs in a plane crash, a Spanish engineer has launched a new kind of flight school where other paraplegics can learn how to fly planes.