Hilary Conroy is from the Human Rights city network and runs a project called Community Voices, which aims to raise up the voices of marginalised disabled people in our community including chronically ill people, neurodivergent people, people with severe mental health issues, and many others who are undiagnosed.
It was ME Awareness Week earlier in May (12-14), and Hilary spoke to Bill Clayton of the York ME Community. The discussion covers what the organisation seeks to achieve, a look at the current barriers to funding for research into ME and some of Bill's personal experience living with the condition.
Full transcript available on request: email@example.com
For information and/or support check out:
York Community Voices: https://www.yorkhumanrights.org/current-work/community-voices/
York ME Community: https://www.york-me-community.org/
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