A team from Stay Up Late visit Heart n Soul in London Report by Daniel Randall-Nason Recently, a group of
Leigh Day’s ‘A Fair Hearing?’ in London on 10th July was about the voices of people with a learning disability and/or autism in the justice system. Here, Daniel reflects on the day.
Victoria works at Stay Up Late as the Gig Buddies Assistant and has a learning disability. In this blog she looks at attitudes to people with learning disabilities in relationships, reflecting on her own experiences and those of others.
Video: Fiifi Tetteh speaking at Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary Conference – how relationships are important to me.
Fighting for the right to party and standing up for people with learning disabilities to live the life they want
An exploration of audience responses to Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary Conference – Guest blog by Amanda Fleg Amanda carried out
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