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International dwarf football tournament tackles prejudice. Paraguay comes out on top in final.
The international community helps Syria & Turkey to restore mobility to the war-disabled, and take some of the strain off stretched local health services.
A video of a visually impaired French man and his guide dog being kicked out of a supermarket has sparked outrage on social media in France.
“I say to every customer: please don't pity us. We are different, we are overcoming boundaries," says teenage waiter Evren.
Paralympic swimmer Sümeyye Boyaci says “fish also have no arms but decided to swim”.
Researchers say they've designed a prosthesis that the amputee's body accepts as a part of itself.
For those bedridden or paralysed the jobs market appears to be closed. One Polish entrepreneur is turning that notion on its head.
High-tech 3D-printed limbs are providing amputees in the United Arab Emirates with the renewed chance to walk, run and even ride motorcycles.
We met the people who survived the 9-month battle of Mosul, but also the three hard years of ISIS' occupation. Each of the people you will find on this page has been seriously injured and gone through trauma. Like them, there are another 54,000 in Mosul alone.
French Minister calls for better response from airlines after disabled teenager is thrown off plane.
One year after ISIS was driven out of Mosul stills resembles a war zone and its people struggle to rebuild shattered lives
A new initiative in Chile’s capital of Santiago allows visually disabled people to enjoy the city’s bustling street art scene.
Euronews presenter Isabelle Kumar and her family were removed from an Emirates Airline flight because of her son’s epilepsy, even though doctors had cleared him to fly.
Dana talks about her son Paulius, who has an intellectual disability. He inspired her to work with a group of people who support families like hers.
Dana Migaliova's son has an intellectual disability. During the Soviet period he had to be hidden away. Dana wanted to give him a normal family life and, in fighting for this, Viltis was born. Her tireless work for this Lithuanian NGO makes her our 7th #Europeanhero.
Blind soccer player goes for gold with Argentine team
Traffic enforcement doesn't sound that heroic, but Ireland's Sgt Peter Woods proves that, by enforcing the law, and with a touch of humour, traffic policemen can transform lives. Our third #Europeanhero is a Garda in the DMR Traffic Division.
Alex Bobes runs a free taxi service in Romania. He says he wants to set an example to show that even with a full time job, and a family, everyone can offer something to their communities.
An architect and a designer: Two young boys from Turin are united by the same destiny, and by the same unwavering desire to not give up.
An innovative dance company in Spain uses Flamenco to help the disabled rediscover their self-belief.
A disabled woman in Iran has designed her own motorcycle to get around the city. But because she cannot get a driving license due to being a woman, she is trying to raise awareness about the issue.
Father and son team defy cerebral palsy to complete marathons
The designer behind the show now dreams of bringing it to Europe.
Greece has a responsibility to protect the human rights of people arriving on its islands, says Human Rights Watch's Emina Ćerimović
Two Danish women have created a pin-up calendar featuring disabled women to show that "disabilities don't prevent women from being beautiful".