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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 […]
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Rupa’s Story

April 10th, 2019 WECIL are committed to supporting disabled people to find and sustain work if they have the capacity to do so. Our approach is to work on removing the barriers to employment to ensure that everyone has equal opportunities. We were delighted to have worked alongside Rupa Ray, a dedicated and extremely positive team member at […]
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We sadly say goodbye to Mike Oliver

March 5th, 2019 Today we pay tribute to Mike Oliver who has sadly died. A disability Studies pioneer, whose impact on disability politics & research, globally, has been profound. He is the man behind The Social Model of Disability which changed the way that people view disability and inspired a generation of change. ‘’The social model of disability […]
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Calendar

Calendar

24 Apr
  • WECIL Citywide North (Southmead)

    Delivered in partnership with LPW. 

    Southmead Youth Centre, Greystoke Ave, Bristol BS10 6AS, UK, 6:00 pm

  • Action Speak

    A free theatre group for young disabled people…

    The Salvation Army, Hassell Dr, Bristol BS2 0AN, UK, 7:00 pm

25 Apr
  • Creative Challenge

    Come join us for some art, writing, discussing,…

    Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol, BS2 0NE, 1:30 pm

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Don't miss out on a chance to skill up your team... Gain a greater understanding of how you can support staff and customers mental health in the workplace on our Mental Health Awareness Training in May. https://t.co/LGuVAXr2Qu https://t.co/vQfg7HexVl

We hope you had a lovely Easter Weekend. The WECIL office is open as normal today. 🐰🐰🐰 https://t.co/jXowHzgDPj

Our Listening Partnership forum brings together SEND young people and young disabled people. They decide their own agenda each year about the changes they would like made in the city. You can watch what they have been campaigning for here https://t.co/q86pdPlAdE