Disability History Month 2020

Disability History Month is a month to focus on the history of disabled people's struggle for equality and human rights. Between 18th Nov - 20th December, All students are invited to join us in marking Disability History Month!

Friday 2nd November -

10:00-12:00

Location: The Hub, Keele SU 

Drop-in with Dan

Got an accessibility concern?

Drop in with Dan, your Welfare & Diversity Officer. Dan is available to chat to you about your concerns and advocate for better. If you can't make this time, email Dan at su.welfareofficer@keele.ac.uk

https://keelesu.com/events/7173/6355/ 

Monday 6th December -18:00-19:30

Location: Online (Zoom)

Navigating Life with a Disability: Panel event + Q&A 

Join us on December 6th, as we discuss the realities of navigating life with disability. Hear from our panelists with wide varied experiences of disability, from the physical to invisible, as they discuss navigating everything from friendship, to education and working life.  

Please buy a free ticket to receive the Zoom link in advance of the event: https://keelesu.com/events/7173/6347/

If you have any accessibility requirements for this event, don't hesitate to contact Aysha at a.panter@keele.ac.uk 

Thursday 16th December - 17:00-18:00

Location: Online (Zoom)

Ableism and the Environment  

Get involved with a discussion about eco-ableism and how environmental activism often lacks both inclusivity and accessibility, particularly for people with disabilities. This discussion will highlight the importance of aligning environmental justice with disability justice, in order to full commit to present and future sustainable development. 

Sign up link: https://keelesu.com/events/7173/6414/

If you have any accessibility requirements for this event, don't hesitate to contact Aysha at a.panter@keele.ac.uk