A photography exhibition which challenges myths about disability and employment has opened in Liverpool.
Featuring large photographs taken in the city and from countries across the world, Working Lives: Here and There shows active disabled people in their places of work.
The images have been created to challenge negative myths surrounding disability and employment. Colin McPherson, one of the photographers, says: "I wanted to produce something that looked positive, direct, optimistic and powerful," and for this the disabled subjects had to be seen working productively, he says.
It is brought to you by an award-winning team of disabled journalists – Emma Tracey and Damon Rose – with help from guest contributors who all have personal connections to disability.
Ouch goes behind the headlines of disability news, and also lifts the lid on the little details about being disabled that are not widely talked about. You can add your comments on each story - click here for the house rules on taking part.
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