This event is an opportunity to experience through performance, presentations and a panel discussion with workstream leaders, the outcomes of research undertaken as part of D4D – Disability and Community, Dis/Engagement, Disparity, and Dissent. Funded by the AHRC Connected Communities Programme.
The online programme will run between 2-4pm and will include: filmed performance provocations from the New Vic Theatre, Stoke; filmed interviews and animations, poetry, and an opportunity to ask questions of the research team and respond to key questions.
Delegates are invited to respond throughout the event by contributing their own questions, ideas, and observations about the work D4D has undertaken and help identify new directions to take this important research.
This event is part of the D4D mini festival 2-9 July 2021, which celebrates the end of a 5-year research project investigating the evolving ways in which we as disabled people express, perform, experience and practise ‘community’. Funded by the AHRC’s Connected Communities stream, D4D consists of a number of different contributing projects exploring diverse areas such as robotics, the arts, education, employment, genetics and gaming.
Find out more about D4D events at www.d4d.org.uk/format/event/
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