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Writing for Indiability

We are actively looking for writers, opinion leaders, articles from people who are working within disability and are passionate about advocating, transforming the dialogue around disability. We encourage anyone who has new thinking in this field. Particularly in looking at releasing the talent pool of people with disability that are actually trapped by societal and cultural perceptions of what they can and cannot do. We are looking for thoughts on new technology, policy and much more that would provide freedom, opportunity and security to the 650 million people who have some sort of disability.

Submissions should have a primary focus, a lead perspective that can engage and invite organisations, sponsors, volunteers, donors, research, people affected by disability to join in the work and dialogue of Indiability and other non-profit organisations working in this sector.

To get started and become one of our contributors here’s what you need to know:

Word count

800-1200 words

Topic and Tone

We want innovative topics that open new doors, engage dialogue and widen the circle of influence of the disabled community.

Types of articles

Of course original content is welcome and inspires active readership, but we also recognise that there is a huge amount of information now available and often a very good pieces that can get lost and never gets the audience it deserves. If its previously published we would like to know were and if you have a publication plan please let us know.

Respectful content

We will always assume that tone and approach to the topics is respectful, well written and mindful of the many varied groups involved. Please refrain from protest posts, we want solution driven articles that highlight problems but provide valuable insights and pragmatic solutions.


We will consider the submissions from the perspective of relevance, originality and alignment with our broader initiatives and philosophy. We do not compensate contributors for posts. We are happy to include your brief bio containing links to your website, Facebook, Twitter accounts, which we will be visible when your post goes live. Please keep your bio to just 100-150 words. Our decision to publish rests solely at the discretion of Indiability.

How to submit

Please send written material in the body of the message of an email. If you wish to post imagery, photographs must be landscape (not portrait) JPEG format. Videos must have been pre-loaded onto Vimeo or YouTube and supplied as the URL from the top pane of your browser window (not any other url’s or embed code). Please do not submit PDFs or any un-editable format.

Once your posts go live

Please share with your friends via email, your website, Facebook, Twitter, and any other social media. The more people who view your post, the better is it for you and the better it is for Indiability.

Submisisons review

We will review submissions as promptly as possible, if we agree to publish we will generally do so within 21 days of receipt. If the article is particularly time sensitive, in that it relates to a campaign or time sensitive initiative, please let us know when you submit. You are responsible for all accuracy and representations made and we will not be checking any source references, data or statements of fact, you are fully liable and responsible for your content.  Please note we do not respond to all submissions  – only those which we plan to publish.  We can assure you that we will read all submissions that we receive. You’re welcome to submit again with a different post at anytime.

By submitting your post to Indiability you acknowledge that you accept our terms, and any form of editing that might occur on behalf of the Indiability team.

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