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9th Annual Disability Lecture: Disability Identity Disability Pride

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The 9th Annual Disability Lecture aims to celebrate disability and extend thinking on issues affecting disabled people and education.

Is disability a problem, and if so, for who? Does it matter that the media uses negative stereotypes about the lives of disabled people? What is the impact on disabled people’s lives?

Dr Nicola Martin is currently the Director of Wellbeing and Disability Services at the London School of Economics and an Honorary Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge. She is also Chair of the National Association of Disability Professionals.

The event is free and fully wheelchair accessible. A BSL interpreter will be present. For more information and to register contact, phone 01223 332301 or visit

This talk is part of the Equality & Diversity Events series.

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