Muscular Dystrophy UK’s Trailblazers network has a new home from 2 September 2020 at pan-disability charity Whizz-Kidz.
Trailblazers from across the country will be contacting representatives from every university student union in the UK, over the next month, to ask 15 set questions on accessibility on and around the campus
The Northern Ireland Trailblazers group met on Friday 10th July in Oxford Island, Craigavon, to reflect on the activities of the past year and plan for the future of the network.
In the current financial climate, many people are facing difficulties and uncertainty in the workplace.
Trailblazers and Dave Anderson MP met with Transport Minister Sadiq Khan today and secured action to improve public transport for disabled people.
A recent study suggests that improving participation rates and achievement levels among students with disabilities are being made at universities.
Trailblazers burst in to the Beyond Boundaries Live show in Farnborough today.
The two day exhibition for young disabled people has a huge selection of interactive features, theatres and activities and was inspired by the highly acclaimed Beyond Bounda
Trailblazers discuss access at Glastonbury 2009.
The Government has left disabled campaigners feeling disappointed despite its ratification of the United Nations recent Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
In this very interesting article, Sarabjit Parmar talks about life with muscular dystrophy and being able to do anything, except smile.
Trailblazers will be featuring at this year's Beyond Boundaries Live event on the 4th and 5th of July 2009. The event will be an oppoprtunity for us to let the rest of the disability rights world know about our campaigning work so far and what Trailblazer