The bottom line is that you cannot put a price on working towards a more inclusive world. And you shouldn’t.
It’s only ever used to further their cause.
What to say when you want the world to know about injustices that you have witnessed, but don’t have the right to talk about.
Helping! No! Speaking for! No! Erm…What was the question?
We’re having to reschedule our workshops and we’d like to talk about it. Plus, are we looking at failure all wrong?
You can’t sit with us, unless…ok, you can sit with us, but we’re not friends.
Drop by, say hi, let’s put inclusion and 9 Tea Cups on the map. Literally, we’re not from Cambridge.
Kickass ladies doing what they love and making the world a better place.
A common narrative in support services across the board is that of “limited services”. We are in no way denying that services need to be improved and the availability of services need to be increased; these arguments are important in pushing society forward and helping to improve the quality of life for those who need support services. What we are discussing is the narrative of “limited services” itself.