E68: Disability in charity with Daisy Powell
In this episode we speak to Daisy Powell about disability in charity, how charities can be more inclusive and why they should be. This episode touches on a number of topics relating to diversity, inclusion and disability.
Daisy has an academic background in cultural disability studies and has started her PhD with the School of English at the University of Leeds. Her research will explore representations of disability, class and austerity in twenty-first century literature and film.
1. The Equality Act and disabled people https://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/equality-act-and-disabled-people
2. Equality in the workplace https://successatschool.org/advicedetails/384/What-Is-Equality-In-the-Workplace%3F
3. Best charity job employers revealed by jobs website https://www.civilsociety.co.uk/news/best-charity-employers-revealed-by-jobs-website-2018.html