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An online seminar for everyone where we can learn from the experiences in the workplace of people with disabilities.

In this University of Oxford, inter-departmental and cross-divisional seminar, panellists will consider how ableism has impacted their career progression, how to discuss disabilities in the workplace, and tips to support disabled colleagues. There will be an opportunity to ask questions. The session will be chaired by Emily Hotine (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences) and our three speakers are;

  • Marie Tidball
  • Jasleen Jolly
  • Daniel Holloway.

For more information about the event, the speaker biographies and for registration please see https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/disability-awareness-lecture-tickets-328219612697.

The workshop is open to all University of Oxford staff and students. The workshop will be held on Zoom and captioning will be available. If you have accessibility requests, or any queries, please contact us via Eventbrite, or email Charlotte Smith at charlotte.smith@rdm.ox.ac.uk.