Celebrating Disability History MonthWednesday 30 November, 2022 – Thursday 1 December, 2022
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Online and Locksbrook Campus
To celebrate Disability History Month (16 November-16 December), the University is hosting a series of free events around the topic of disability inclusion. All students and staff are welcome to attend these events – no prior understanding of disability is necessary.
Wednesday 30 November, 10am-12pm: Disability Support and Research Showcase
The showcase will introduce the sources of support that are provided for disabled students and staff at Bath Spa, as well as example disability research that is currently being completed across the university.
This session will be held online via Google Meet.
Thursday 1 December: Disability History Month Celebrations
- 10am-12pm: Celebrating Disability and Inclusion FlourishCafe event: Bath Spa researchers involved with FlourishCafe and the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) will be hosting a creative research session, which will explore what disability inclusion means to people in higher education. Space for this event is limited, but for more information, please contact Stuart Read (email@example.com).
- 1pm-2pm: School of Education Lunchtime Research Seminar: School of Education colleagues involved with the We Are The People project will be sharing a seminar entitled ‘What does inclusive research and engagement look like?’, in which they'll discuss their recent 'Festival of Inclusion, Disability and Community Action'. This session will be held online via Google Meet.
- 2pm-4pm: Disability Inclusion Graffiti Wall: The Street at Locksbrook Campus will host a graffiti wall, where all are welcome to add their ideas about what including everybody means to them directly to the wall.
We Are The People will also host a community event and discussion panel at Town Hall, Corsham on 25 November: Disability, Community and Research - what's it all about, Corsham?