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Tag: Disability

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By naming ‘Pennhurst’, Stranger Things uses disability trauma for entertainment. Dark tourism and asylum tours do too

Image: Netflix The Netflix sci-fi horror series Stranger Things is vividly soaked in 1980s nostalgia, famously catapulting Kate Bush’s 1985 song Running up that Hill to the top of...

Sunday essay: single parenting with a disability – how my 9-year-old daughter became my carer in shining armour

Shakira Hussein (seated in chair) with daughter Adalya Nash Hussein. Photo by Leah Jing McIntosh. Author provided My daughter started to describe me as disabled long before I...

Third time lucky? What has changed in the latest draft of the religious discrimination bill?

The Morrison government has finally provided details of the third draft of its religious discrimination bill. This prompted heated discussion in a meeting of Coalition MPs...

Opening up when 80% of eligible adults are vaccinated won’t be ‘safe’ for all Australians

  Picture: Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services. We’ve all grown tired of lockdowns, border closures and other restrictions. So the promise of a freer life, when...

In our own voices: 5 Australian books about living with disability

Picture: Shuttlestock Fiction and non-fiction works about disability and Deafness are often hampered by stereotypical representations. A disability is frequently presented as something to...

Equal access to Education

Jerusha Mather is an enduring voice of equality for disabled students seeking access into courses that they are grossly underrepresented in.Her personal journey began...