Engaging Disabled People: Meeting the challenge of the Disability Equality
Places are now available at the above event which will take place on
Tuesday 29th April 2008 between 9.30am-4pm at St Johns College, Cambridge.
This event will inspire and energise you to move forward with creative ways
of engaging and working alongside disabled people, including staff,
students and others. The event is organised by the Disability Resource
Centre at the University of Cambridge, and St Johns College. The event
will be chaired by Ray Jobling.
There will be presentations from a number of experienced colleagues in the
field, including a keynote presentation from Derek Child at the Open
University. Four stimulating presentations will be followed by
opportunities for further discussion and development.
Places are available at a cost of £100 per person including lunch,
refreshments and all materials. The venue is fully wheelchair accessible
and parking is available for disabled delegates if booked in advance.
Please contact me, [log in to unmask] with details of any other access needs.
The workshop will be followed by a public lecture by Baroness Jane Campbell
titled ‘Fighting for a slice or for a bigger cake? Moving from identity
politics to consensus action.’ to which you would be most welcome. The
lecture begins at 5pm and should last around 1.5 hours.
For more information please see the Disability Resource Centre website;
To book a place please request a booking form from David Sparkes
[log in to unmask] Please find a poster with further details
For any questions, please contact me,
all best wishes,
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