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Webinar 07 December 2021

Introduction to Disability Awareness

As part of the MU's Disability History Month actions we asked Disability Rights UK to present this introductory session for members who want to know more about disability inclusivity.

Two people sat laughing on a sofa, with a mobility scooter in the foreground. Photo credit Disabled and Here.
Date Tuesday, 7 December 2021
Time 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location Online
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Two people sat laughing on a sofa, with a mobility scooter in the foreground. Photo credit Disabled and Here.

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Accessibility:

The MU makes every effort to ensure that all events we organise are accessible to everyone who would like to attend. We want to provide equal access to our events for all our members. If you have any access requirements you would like us to be aware of, please contact equalities@themu.org at least 1 week ahead of the event to discuss what you need.

About the event

This one hour session is led by Agnes Fletcher, diversity and inclusion advisor, consultant and trainer, and will introduce members to disability awareness and the social model of disability, with the opportunity to ask questions.

Please note this session will be recorded and available to members after the event.

How to attend

Free to attend, for MU members only.

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Agnes Fletcher

Agnes Fletcher is a diversity and inclusion advisor, consultant and trainer.

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