It’s inspiring to see how people with disabilities are getting the chance to display their talents on stage or present their art to a wider audience.
Now, an economic collective in London has set itself the goal of addressing the inequalities in the business world that affect the 1.3 billion people globally who live with disabilities.
Together with 500 CEOs from the most influential firms worldwide they will develop strategies for inclusion and promoting equality that can be implemented in the next three years.
It will mean offices being adapted, product ranges being extended and employees receiving further training.
Transforming the system from the top down.
For freelancers, meanwhile, the revolution has already begun.