Disability is the last taboo!

  I was invited to London to present alongside with speakers: Alexandra O’Dwyer, Director of Communications and Marketing, Scope and Kirsty Monk, Accessibility Manager, Southern Railways and Cheryl Campsie, Forster PR.   This innovative business debate was evolved around on businesses interested in changing practice and thus build a society in which disabled people haveContinue reading “Disability is the last taboo!”


Diffusion 2010 – GirlGuiding UK

Diffusion 2010 I was chosen to co-facilitate the Diffusion 2010 training weekend around inclusion and diversity in GirlGuiding Scotland, which took place in Netherurd House from 22 to 24 October 2010.  I am also a Guides Leader with a Unit in Glasgow. The event was opened to Senior Section members from all over Scotland. OurContinue reading “Diffusion 2010 – GirlGuiding UK”


Equipping and inspiring leaders RADAR is interested in equipping people living with Ill health, Injury or Disability (IID) to be leaders and influencers in public life, and to take up leadership positions in the public, private and third (voluntary) sectors. That is what our Empowerment and Leadership programme is all about. RADAR won funding inContinue reading “RADAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME”