Plastic can be an essential accessibility tool for people with disability. What happens when we ban it?

Craig Wallace, head of policy at Advocacy for Inclusion, says the ban on plastic straws introduces another layer of complexity into the lives of people with disability by requiring them to negotiate the availability of an item that they need to remain hydrated or to carry that item with them.

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Ableism and disability models, Human Rights

Emma Myers

ABC News

Date published:
Sun 7th Aug, 2022