Posts tagged with ‘Disability December’

Introducing Disability December 2017

Disability December 2017 is nearly here — it’s the second year that we have celebrated this […]

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Disability December Comedy Live

Comedy Live will be host to two outstanding, award-winning stand-up comedians, Francesca Martinez and Steve Day. Open to University of Nottingham staff and guests.

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Let’s talk about disability

As part of Disability December, Disability Rights UK will be visiting the University on Tuesday 5 December to talk about disability.

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Stress and mental health at work

As part of the University of Nottingham’s Disability December programme, we are delighted to welcome Steve Metcalf to the University to discuss stress and mental health at work.

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Dementia Day-to-Day: one year on

In November 2015, the Institute of Mental Health and the School of English launched Dementia Day-to-Day […]

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Abnormally funny people – comedy and Q&A

Abnormally Funny People is a group of gifted stand-up comedians strutting their funny stuff. All but one of them is disabled. They are all very, very, very funny people.

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In conversation with Paralympic swimmer Charlotte Henshaw

Join the People and Culture Team for this event, in conversation with Charlotte Henshaw. Charlotte has been on the British Para-Swimming Team for almost ten years and has won medals at every level of competition including silver at the Paralympics in London.

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Disability December

During December the University will be hosting a series of events which focus on raising awareness […]

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A journey through anxiety

Join us for ‘A journey through anxiety’, in which Jacqueline Crockford and Claire Henson share their conversation on living with anxiety.

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Still Alice screening

Join us for a screening of Still Alice, the 2014 film starring Julianne Moore based on Lisa Genova’s 2007 bestselling novel. The film will be accompanied by a discussion with Professor Justine Schneider, PhD candidate Emily Cousins and Dr Lysia Teo, who will be discussing the Dementia Friendly University project.

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