Four Fingers and Thirteen Toes

New Blog Post

Rosie Moriarty-Simmonds OBE has announced that there is now a new post for her Four Fingers and Thirteen Toes blog ready for you to read and enjoy. As always, Rosie looks forward to hearing your views and comments!

In January of this year, the Scottish Government invited Rosie to write a Provocation piece for their First Minister’s National Advisory Council on Women and Girls (NACWG), as part of the #GenerationEqual movement which champions equality for all – women, girls, men and boys of every age, gender, race, religion or belief.

Since the onset of Coronavirus, many UK organisations of Disabled People, have expressed concern about how Disabled People will be, and have been treated during the current crisis.

Government information generally about Covid19 deaths in the community has, to say the least, been a little sketchy; and so now, more than ever, I think it is important to remember the value and worth of Disabled People and that we too contribute to society.  

For that reason, there is no harm in again asking the question “What makes us Equal?”  It is as relevant today, as it was before the Coronavirus crisis started affecting our lives in such drastic ways.


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