Disability History Month at LJMU
Disability History Month begins today (16 November – 16 December) and our Disabled Staff Network, EDI team and JMSU will be hosting an event on Friday 2 December.
To align with International Day of Persons with a Disability, within Disability History Month, all staff and students are invited to an event in the Student Life Building from 10am – 12pm.
This year’s theme is ‘Transformative solutions for inclusive development: the role of innovation in fueling an accessible and equitable world.’
The event will draw on this to consider how we can create an inclusive university environment for disabled people/ people with disabilities. Staff members, Lucinda Matthew-Jones and Pete Quinn, and student. Bethany Donaghy, will offer personal reflections and paper discussions on different topics, and refreshments will also be provided.
You can find out more about the event or sign up.
Further support for staff
If you are disabled, neurodiverse or have a long-term health condition you can join the LJMU Disabled Staff Network, find out more on the LJMU Equality webpages.
Support for students
As well as the International Day of Persons with a Disability event on 2 December, LJMU Student Futures will also be hosting a range of careers events over the next few weeks and out Student Advice and Wellbeing team are reminding students of support available too.
You can find out about all the events for students as well as the support to signpost students to.