Disability affects many students at Oxford; it makes the student body rich and diverse, but it also poses challenges every day which so many of us never see. This week tells us more about disabled students, by disabled students. We can hear their stories and experiences, through workshops, film screenings, lectures, and of course, by providing a platform for disabled students to speak (all co-ordinated by OUSU's campaigns). Make sure you listen!
If you would like more information about any of the following events email Chris, OUSU'S VP Welfare.
Invisible Illness 101 and Spoonie Craftmaking Session, St Catz College, PDR, 6pm.
Sexuality and Disability Discussion Group, St Catz College, 6pm.
CRAE Sponsored Luncheon Lecture with Sally Tomlinson, St Edmund Hall, Pontigny Room, 12 noon.
‘Les Intouchables’ Film Screening (French with subtitles), St Catz College, JCR Lecture Theatre, 6pm.
Disability and Intersectionality Lecture, St Catz College, JCR Lecture Theatre, 5:30pm.
LGBTQ and Disability Sexual Consent Workshop, St Catz College, Bernard Sunley Building, 6pm.
Bop! [details to follow]