Sue Bott discusses the Paralympics legacy

Mon,2 September 2013

Sue Bott, director of policy and development at Disability Rights UK took part in a Voice of Russia UK radio discussion about whether the Paralympics legacy has led to a change in attitudes towards disability and disabled people.

Sue, with guide dog Faith, at the Voice of Russia studio

The panel also consisted of:

  • Lisa Egan, a disability rights activist
  • Roger Lewis, a member of the steering group Disabled People against Cuts
  • Scott Moorhouse, the British record holder for Paralympic javelin
  • Craig Spence, communications and media director at the International Paralympic Committee

You can listen to the discussion at