Day of Action for Disability Equality in Education, November 21st, nationally
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Our first day of action for Disabled Equality in Education will see meetings and events in colleges and universities, as well as schools where SEND cuts are destroying integrated education and will culminate in a meeting in parliament where we will bring forward demands for change.
Parliamentary meeting Wednesday November 21st House of Commons, Committee Room 10 from 5.30pm – 7pm. Some tickets are available for this event and we want as many disabled people as possible to attend:
please email DPAC or firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets
Briefing Document from ALLFIE can be read here https://www.allfie.org.uk/
Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) now has a Cambridgeshire and Essex branch! Come and join us for this protest about disability equality in work. We will be highlighting the government’s persecution of disabled people, reading the names of people who have died because of the horrific cuts and sanctions regime of the DWP, and agitating for real equality of access to work.
We are in solidarity with the UCU Day of Action for disability equality in education, for which events are taking place all day at the Cambridge University Students Union. If you’re going to one of the UCU events, come and join us at 2:30 in Market Square to take the message to the public.
Wednesday, 21 November 2018 from 14:30-16:30,
Market Square Cambridge
Support Wed 21st national UCU Day of action for disability equality in education at Liverpool University
Come and join us
12.00 Rally University Square (Brownlow Hill)
We will be leafleting:
10.45 502 Teaching Block (Mount Pleasant next to Student Guild)
11.45 502 Teaching Block (Mount Pleasant next to Student Guild)
The UCU is taking action to challenge disability discrimination on campus and barriers faced by disabled people in education.
Our union branch recently passed a motion expressing concern about the disability discrimination on campus which is heavily impacting staff and students and demanding that the University complies with the Equality Act 2010 in relation to disability. The issues on campus were also reported in the media.
Union backs claims of widespread discrimination by ‘hostile’ university
Please come and show your support.
Please contact UCU equalities officer if you can help. Kirsteen.email@example.com
There will be a disabled member of staff speaking, Kirsten (our UCU equalities officer at Liverpool) and a message of solidarity from DPAC would be great.
We are leafleting the 502 teaching block because access is none existent or very difficult.