We should celebrate the birth of the NHS and the welfare state – but also acknowledge it has too often let learning disabled people down in the worst way imaginable, writes Stephen Unwin
The families of profoundly learning-disabled people are involved in a continuous struggle for their most fundamental rights and dignities, writes Stephen Unwin
Stephen Unwin delves deep into the intellectual traditions and cultural mindset that produced the Nazis’ ‘wild euthanasia’ of people with disabilities, and finds we have not yet put those prejudices to rest
Stephen Unwin explores non-verbalism and how societal debates around disability are still too binary
Stephen Unwin explains the personal impact of COVID-19 emergency ‘reasonable endeavours’ policy on his severely learning disabled son.