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Black-E Theatre

Fighting Disabled People's Exclusion
Outside Centre

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The Conservative Government has created a hostile environment for disabled people and their families. What action is required to challenge the discriminatory practices that disabled people face? Join activists and parliamentarians to explore the ways disabled people are portrayed as a problem in society, how this contributes to their marginilisation and what the left can do about it.

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Write-ups and recordings

Full session recording by The World Transformed. (2018-09-24)


Miro Griffiths

Activist and academic on human rights, advisor to UK Government and European Commission

Dr Paul Darke

Academic, writer & cultural critic, Director of Outside Centre, and originator of Normality Theory

Julie Ward MEP
Politician // Labour Party

Labour MEP for the North-West of England, member of the European Parliament’s Culture and Education Committee and link MEP for UNCRPD

Simon McKeown

Award-winning and internationally exhibiting artist with a focus on disability arts

Dr Janet Price

Feminist disabled campaigner working on issues of sexuality, disability and social justice, Honorary Fellow at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Marsha de Cordova MP
Politician // Labour Party

Shadow Minister for Disabled people