A submission to the Women and Equalities Committee about the impact of coronavirus on people with chronic illness.
As someone living with chronic illness it took me almost two decades to shake off the pervasive sense of “feeling like a fraud” if I identified as disabled. The research conducted among my peers with the…
The CIIP is among a huge number of disabled activists and Disabled People's Organisations calling for NHS England to respect our Human Rights when it comes to deciding on who gets treatment for Covid-19.
If this is your first time having to live almost entirely in your home, it’s going to be difficult to adapt – but there are things you can do to help.
Stef Benstead discusses her new book on welfare reform and the treatment of disabled people in austerity Britain.
Earlier this year, the CIIP submitted its first policy response to the Government Statistical Service (GSS).
On the face of it, organisations are getting better at facilitating “flexible working”. Inevitably, some are moving faster and more innovatively than others.
The Chronic Illness Inclusion Project needs your help to continue and grow so that we can ensure that people with chronic illness have a powerful voice the future.
Fran Halsall on the consequences of a late diagnosis and living with multiple chronic conditions.
Catherine Hale advocates breaking away from a medical model of chronic illness.
Victoria Clutton highlights the barriers to work faced by the chronically ill.
Jayne Linney looks at the benefits system and its failure to take account of mental health.
Leonora Gunn discusses society's role in improving the lives of the chronically ill.
Joyce Fox examines society's differing reactions to disability and chronic illness.
Fionn critiques the benefits system's failure to support chronically ill, self-employed people
Ella Sumpter talks about fluctuating mobility levels and reactions to her wheelchair use.
Marion Michell reveals how chronic illness has stolen her confidence and asks how to resist it.
Rebecca Boot tackles the painful subject of employment for the chronically ill.
Geoff Jones recalls his experiences of education as a child with severe chronic illness.
Jenny Lyus imagines: "Under this Pro-Spoonie* government I still don’t feel well but I do feel better about myself and my role in society."