I would like to nominate Eleanor because she is an amazing campaigner for disabled people and she is always putting her civil rights work at the forefront of her life. She is one of the most humble and unassuming people I know. Eleanor is a wheelchair user, a mother of two, and has been involved in disability related work all her life and is a champion of inclusive travel and inclusive design. She is inspirational in that she has set up her own social enterprise as an inclusive travel consultancy and has designed her own accessible home, sharing her experiences on the web so that other disabled people could could get tips and inspiration from her example. She tirelessly campaigns and blogs for disabled people`s rights and highlight injustices and abuses - especially those of disabled women who suffer from domestic violence. The Guardian featured her with a videoed interview in which she explains how vulnerable disabled people are. She strives to bring awareness as to how as a civil society we need to value and protect all people, of all abilities. I really feel that she deserves this great recognition, especially as she`s never sought any. Many now are learning about their rights thanks to her. It`s time she got an acknowledgement for the work she does for all disabled people in the UK.