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Wednesday 27 November 201918.30

Following the success of the Fishbowl panel co-hosted by the Women’s Network and the Drama Society, “What does it mean to be an Ally?”, the Disabled Students’ Network is hosting our own fishbowl panel during Disability History Month (22 November - 22 December).

Our fishbowl panel during Disability History Month

This year the theme of DHM is Leadership, Resistance and Culture and so it is an excellent opportunity to learn about disability activism. The DSN are holding a series of events to educate people about historical and current campaigns (including our own), create a community of disabled students, and encourage everyone, both disabled students and allies, to get involved.

The aim of a Fishbowl panel is to create a safe space where everyone in the room can engage in a collective discussion around disability and activism, with topics such as mental health, allyship and education.

Read more on fishbowl discussions here.

Refreshments (including gluten and dairy free options) will be provided.

Access information:
There is step free access at the main entrance to the Robert’s building with automatic doors.

Pass through the security gate and turn right to find large lifts that will take you to the first floor where classroom 110 is located. There is clear signage and the corridors are sufficiently wide to allow wheelchair users to pass.