Disability Hate Crime Matters Conference

5 Nov

Not strictly feminism, but very important to show solidarity.  There are still places available, so please pass this information on to anyone who might be interested in attending.

Disability Hate Crime Matters

18 November 2010 – The Liberty Stadium, Swansea

“There can be no more important human right than to live life in safety and with security. Its absence prevents us from living our lives to the full. And for some, its absence has led to the loss of life itself. For many disabled people in Britain safety and security is a right frequently denied.”

Trevor Philips – Equality & Human Rights Commission

Promoting the safety and security of disabled people 2009

Conference Programme to include:

Keynote speakers
Solution focussed discussions
Question & Answer sessions
Networking opportunities
Panel discussion
Real life experience
Media coverage of disability hate crime
Cost: Public Sector £95

Voluntary Sector £50

Disabled People’s Organisations FREE

Individual Disabled People FREE

Target Audience: Police Service, Crown Prosecution Service, Local Authorities, Education, Health, Social Services, Non Government Organisations, Disabled Peoples Organisations and individual disabled people.

Bookings: You can download a flyer and booking form from this page. Please contact Disability Wales on 029 2088 7325 or by e-mailing info@disabilitywales.org to book your place. Places are limted so please book early to avoid dispointment.

For more information see the Disability Wales website.


One Response to “Disability Hate Crime Matters Conference”


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