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Exciting, interactive workshop

April 11th, 2019
  • Do you feel passionate about the issues affecting disabled people?
  • Would you like to shift perceptions around disability?
  • Would you like to work on an exciting research project with the aim of influencing policy makers and positive change for disabled people?

WECIL is working in partnership with the D4D project and Bath Spa University to explore the ways disabled people experience, express & perform community.

The D4D project is funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council and led by academics & community partners.

The project will begin with a Cultural Animation workshop facilitated by the New Vic Theatre- a playful, fun and engaging session which aims to bring researchers and communities together to explore issues and search for answers in a co-created manner.

The workshop will take place on May 21st, 2019. Venue: Bristol, TBC

If you would like to be involved please get in touch with WECIL on 0117 947 9911 or hello@wecil.co.uk

You do not have to identify as disabled to be a part of this project. Please do inform us beforehand if you have any access requirements. Find out more about D4D here: http://d4d.org.uk/

 

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