Accessibility Network

The Accessibility Network exists to empower all disabled students and students with access requirements at University of Leicester to organise against ableism on campus, and for disabled liberation. We provide a safe space for disabled students to discuss the issues important to them. We also have events, campaigns and propose policies to the University. 

 

Your Accessibility Officer is Ella Johnson

 

Past Accessibility Campaigns

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Definitions 

 

Reccomended Reading

"The social model of disability" - Inclusion London
"Why are so many students locked out of their education?" - Stacey Lyons
"As a chronically ill person, I know it is vital we approach coronavirus through the lens of community" - Lauren Nathan-Lane
"Disabled people don't want handouts: we want equality" - Frances Ryan
"An acceptable sacrifice" - Rachel O'Brien 
"What it means to be black, disabled women navigating sex" - The Triple Cripples 

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