We need simpler solutions: France makes it complicated

Alexia Gil says listening to the disabled would be an advance

Alexia Gil, 23, has cerebral palsy and finds life with disabilities a constant struggle. She is determined to make things better for people like her and has a project to create a support website for young people who want to travel and study abroad. 

She has also written to President Macron, urging him to make it easier for people with disabilities to study in further education. “Only 7% of disabled people who start studies end up with a degree, so how are we going to find work?

“I lasted three months at university. The classes were not difficult; but just going to the toilet was, as I can’t go on ...

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