Copyright Bill is a gateway to accessible knowledge and creativity – not American roulette

Written by Denise Nicholson Published on 3 June 2020 In the Covid-19 lockdown situation, the Copyright Bill’s provisions for better access to information for education, research, libraries and archives, museums and galleries, and people with disabilities are desperately needed. Collen Dlamini, the author of the Daily Maverick Opinionista “Copyright Bill: We dodged one bullet –Continue reading Copyright Bill is a gateway to accessible knowledge and creativity – not American roulette

Coronavirus could revolutionize work opportunities for people with disabilities

Working from home is an accommodation long sought by many people with disabilities. Maskot/Getty Images Lisa Schur, Rutgers University and Douglas L. Kruse, Rutgers University Working from home has become the “new normal” for many of us during the COVID-19 pandemic. While this clearly has its downsides, one group in particular may benefit a greatContinue reading Coronavirus could revolutionize work opportunities for people with disabilities