We will be hosting events educating the community on the theme of "Redefine Equity”. 

Disability History Month runs from 16th November - 16th December and aims to celebrate and recognise disabled individuals' lives and struggle for equality, as well as to challenge disablism by exploring oppression over time. This year the theme is: Redefine Equity

Disability History Month is a collaboration with the Disabled Students Network:

"Redefining equity for us means to reconsider how we as a community address the struggles faced by disabled people. It involves centering the voices of those within our society who are often pushed to the side. Those who because of one aspect of their identity or another aren’t afforded the same opportunities and privileges enjoyed by everyone else. This Disability History Month, we want to highlight the experiences of disabled people and start conversations about how we can ensure truly equitable experiences and opportunities for everyone at King’s"

See below all the events we’ve prepared for Disability History Month!

Please let us know if you have any access requirements in order to attend our events one week in advance via [email protected]. We can ensure the following: 

  • - Materials will be provided in alternative formats upon request. 
  • - The agenda and PowerPoint slides (if provided) will be sent to participants beforehand. 
  • - For all digital events, live captioning will be available and any recordings will be shared with participants following the event on request.

You can also view the accessibility of Kings spaces here.

If you have any questions or feedback, please contact [email protected].

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