Saturday People’s Convention: 12th Feb Friends Meeting House London
February 9, 2011
We are very happy that Disabled comedian and activist Liz Carr will be speaking at the People’s Convention on Saturday February 12th at the Friend’s Meeting House opposite Euston Station in London.
We are also running a workshop in the afternoon ‘At the Forefront of Resistance’
This workshop’s panel –
Sue Bott, Director of National Centre for Independent Living
A disabled person with visual impairment from birth, Sue has been active in the disability movement in the UK for many years.
Richard Reiser, co ordinator for UK Disability History Month
Richard is an expert disabled international equality trainer, consultant and teacher.
Kevin Caulfield, Chair of Hammersmith & Fulham Coalition Against Community Care Cuts (HAFCAC)
Kevin is an active campaigner for all disabled people’s rights to equality and equal citizenship from a social model perspective at a local, regional and national level.
We would like as many disabled people as possible to come to this to tell us what you think. It starts at 10.30- 5 pm but the afternoon workshop if anyone is unable to come for the whole day should start at 2pm. Please support us.
The venue is Friends Meeting house near Euston Station. You need to book tickets from www.righttowork.org.uk £2 unwaged £5 waged to cover the costs of putting on the conference.
BSL We have requested for BSL interpreters. tbc.
Easy Read worker will be available at workshop.
Lunch is NOT provided – there is a vegetarian cafe en site at the venue. Eateries and food available at Euston Station including Nandos, Harry Ramsden Fish and Chips, and Marks and Spencers.