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Interview: Corin Pilling, deputy director, Livability

by Terence Handley MacMath

Posted: 19 May 2017 @ 12:03

‘Everybody’s skills and gifts have a place’

We’re a disability and community engagement charity, working to promote inclusion and tackle social isolation. We work across the UK, and also overseas.

 

The Christian dimension is central to my work. One of my colleagues says that the body of Christ is complete only if it contains ex­­perience of those with disability, and that’s the model we want to encourage. As Christians, we have so much to offer in our under­standing of ...

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