NADP2022 Week 4 – sponsored by Glean
Inclusion and social justice have been thrown into sharp relief during the global pandemic, from the #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo movements to the unequal impact of the crisis on disability support in general.
As we support students, we must recognise that our social identities are not limited to just one facet – not race, gender, class, marital status, faith, sexuality, disability, socio-economic background nor age.
Instead, all these factors interact in a complex web with myriad intersections. Suffice to say, a person’s experience of the world is shaped by the particular ‘intersectionality’ only they experience.
Viewing only one aspect of identity in isolation can often add to the experiences of exclusion and discrimination a person may face. Simply focusing on disability inclusion and seeing it as operating on its own can be damaging and divisive.
This week, the conference presentations and panels will concentrate on viewing disability support and inclusivity through an intersectional lens.
Please note: the views, information, or opinions expressed during the conference are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of NADP.
Wednesday 22nd June 2022 at 13:00-14:30
Bookings open in the third week of June 2022
The hosts for our week 4 webinar are Alice Speller and Chiko Ncube who will be with a panel of experienced disability practitioners.
- Panel Members:
- Atif Choudhury, Diversity and Ability
- Piers Wilkinson
- Joe Baden OBE, Open Book
- Two Students from TG Consulting
The webinar will have BSL interpretation and will be published as a captioned video for those who cannot attend the live webinar.
Videos will be on-demand viewing and will be released on Monday 20th June 2022.
A&P Regulation, Policy Work and Funding – Office for Students
Understanding a “spikey profile”, Delayed Language Development (DLD) due to poverty – Marius Frank, Microlink
Dr Gibson’s presentation delayed and will be published with week 5 material
Disability and identity: Engaging with matters of intersectional equality and inclusive practice in Higher Education – Dr Suanne Gibson, Plymouth University
Our Sponsors this week: Glean
Glean is the antidote to information overload for improved learning, productivity, and student success. Our inclusive learning technology empowers students with note taking barriers to take meaningful audio notes with a proven note taking process. Students engage fully in class without distractions, and then identify and retain information when studying. *NEW – Glean now includes Transcription for DSA Students.
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