This episode features Michael Johnson, Clare Balding, Andrew Parsons, Bebe Vio, Sarah Hirshland, Justin King and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 volunteer, Shigeru Kudo. After such bleak times and such uncertainty we reflect on what hosting the Tokyo Gam...
In Episode 4 we’re focussing on how our modern world was not built to include everyone. The big question in this episode is - If the world around us enabled us instead of disabled us, what would that look like? Sophie Morgan speaks to Yoshihiko Kawau...
In episode 3 we turn the spotlight on the fashion and film industries to find out why they are still playing catch up on becoming truly representative of the disabled community. We’ll hear from Jameela Jamil, RJ Mitte, Sinéad Burke, Eryn Brown, Keely...
Episode two in the series will explore how the rights of disabled people are changing and what more needs to be done to create a more equal world moving forward. Featuring Jameela Jamil, Chantal Petitclerc, Eddie Ndopu, Pilar Jauregui, Deborah McFadd...
This is the first episode in a series of conversations asking how we achieve equality for disabled people. This episode takes a look back at the history and the legacy of the Paralympic Movement and the impact it has had on host cities and beyond. Fe...
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The Seneca Women Podcast Network is now featuring Equal Too: Achieving Disability Equality. Equal Too is a special six-part series produced by Harder Than You Think, creators of the double Emmy Award winning documentary Rising Phoenix and P&G Studios. Equal Too provides a series of highly entertaining, stimulating and well informed podcast episodes setting new standards of how we think about and discuss disability. Host and executive producer Sophie Morgan and executive producer Sinéad Burke will be talking about key issues, questions and topics around disability. Throughout the series they will be challenging perceptions, celebrating success by talking to the most informed and most famous professionals, influencers and activists such as Jameela Jamil and RJ Mitte. We will have a long term and enduring conversation about key themes of disability, seen through the lens of the Paralympic Games. The question we want to answer is how can the incredible decade that lies ahead of the Paralympic Movement help to transform the world for those who do and do not have a disability? If you want to follow the Equal Too story and join the conversation, go to htyt.world where you will also find the transcript and video versions of the podcast, along with subtitles and a BSL signed version in the coming days. For more information on Seneca Women, visit our website senecawomen.com, follow us on social media and download the Seneca Women app free in the App Store.