‘I Can Do Anything with My Feet’

She was born without both hands and became the world champion in single combat

New Museum in Russia's Caucasus to Let Visitors Experience Blindness

Blind guides will lead tours in total darkness

Maps for Visually Impaired May Soon Come to Moscow

A tactile-sound map for the visually impaired may soon appear in Moscow as part of an experiment to improve the city’s handicap-accessible environment

By Memory, by Touch

Blind art critic Alexey Filatov reads lectures, studies dance and painting

World’s First Wheelchair for Divers Built in Russia

Wheelchair-bound traveller Igor Skikevich is going to test the world’s first wheelchair for diving in the Russian city of Novorossiysk

Wheelchair-Bound Singer to Represent Russia at Eurovision 2017

Yulia Samoylova, who has been confined to a wheelchair since she was a child, will sing for Russia in Kiev

Accessible Car Sharing to Arrive in Moscow

In 2018, Moscow car sharing operators will provide cars which cater for people with disabilities, reported M24, quoting representatives of Delimobile, BelkaCar and YouDrive

Unstoppable: The Story of Russian Paralympian Sergey Manzhos

The decision of the International Paralympic Committee to ban the Russian team from the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games has come as a severe blow for the country’s disabled athletes

Pushkin Museum of Moscow Encourages Seeing the Unseen

The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts has opened a new exhibit entitled “To Visualise the Invisible,” the first-ever exhibition in Russia intended for blind and partially sighted visitors

The Right for Fashion

People with disabilities demonstrate a style and zest for life

Garage Museum Introduces Disabled Visitors to Modern Art

The organisers of the Co-Thinkers exhibition refuse to adopt the politically correct phrase “people with restricted abilities”