Is something ‘right’ simply because it is legal? This question has been bugging me immensely recently; particularly from a disability… Read more Is ‘Legalese’ a Defence?
More and more these days, there is a growing need for political correctness – be it with respect to race,… Read more Why I am Not ‘Differently-abled’
If you’ve been following the blog’s Facebook page and/or the Twitter accounts, you most likely have seen my question about… Read more How Do You React to Disabled Parking?
Aidan Bizony In February 2016, I started an Undergraduate Degree at the University of Cape Town in English and History. … Read more Wheelchairs in Academia: A Collaboration with The Diary of a Disabled Person
As I pointed out in an earlier post, these bays do matter and it shouldn’t be used without a legitimate… Read more Parking Wars: The QASA Help Line
It was another hectic week or two for me so didn’t have might time to get around to writing recently;… Read more Misconceptions about Cerebral Palsy
I was asked by UCT’s student-run newspaper to write an opinion piece on campus accessibility. This is cool. I think… Read more UCT Disabled Access: A Copy of The VARSITY Article
As anyone even vaguely tied to the Disabled Community, or who just has an interest, would be aware: Ableism is… Read more Ableism: An Ideology of Misunderstanding Than of Discrimination
I started working with the Altitude Group since November last year. Since then, I’ve been becoming more and more aware of… Read more SA’s Disability Watchdog: No Bark, No Bite. Hell, No dog.
**To my more regular readers: I know a lot of the ideas today have been mentioned before but, I think… Read more My ‘3 Buzzwords’ on Disability Sensitisation