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Brighton and Hove Liberal Democrats

What's It Like to be Disabled in Britain in 2021?

February 28, 2021 5:27 PM
By Anita Prabhakar
Originally published by Newark And Sherwood Liberal Democrats

'What's It Like to be Disabled in Britain in 2021?'
Thursday 11th March at 7:00 pm - free to attend

What does it mean to be disabled in Britain in 2021?

Join us for the third in our series of SharePlanAct online events, with Vice President of the Liberal Democrats Isabelle Parasram and her team. Introduced by Party Leader Sir Ed Davey MP, our speakers are Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson (Paralympian) and Dan White (Broadcaster).

Our wide-ranging discussion will cover issues such as how society perceives disabled people and the provision and accessibility of housing, transport, education, employment and other services. It is now 21 years since the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act) 1995 - has life improved for disabled people or has it got worse?

Register for your free tickets by clicking HERE.

Look forward to seeing you

Anita Prabhakar
Diversity Officer
East Midlands Liberal Democrats

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