Comedian Aaron Simmonds talks to us about why comedy is so important to him as a disabled person and how he has adapted his content during lockdown.
Avye Couloute isn’t letting lock down get in her way of helping young girls learn how to code and even control robots! She tells how she has been running STEM workshops virtually, why it is important to inspire girls to get into coding and hints at how the media can help.
11 year old founder of iCodeRobots, Callum Daniel talks to us about inspiring future generations. Can tech and media collaborate to power learning for the younger generations? What impact could the media have in developing a high skilled, diverse workforce that can compete for the jobs of the future? Are the kids even watching?
Is education failing to equip young people for the massive disruption they perceive as their future and how can the media help?
BAFTA presenters Gracie Gosling and Malik Juma share their thoughts on what young people enjoy watching during lockdown as they announce an incredible opportunity for young people to get their dream TV show made into a reality!
Blind YouTuber, activist and journalist Lucy Edwards talks to us about the importance of making disability mainstream and how we should be re-thinking our approach to inclusion, for both those in front and behind the camera. Lucy’s call to action: Lucyedwardsoffficial.com/disabilitychangemakers