Conference: Disability, human rights and social equity

This conference aims to encourage researchers from a range of disciplines to engage with persons with disabilities and Disabled Persons Organisations in order to develop, in the words of the National Disability Research and Development Agenda, “research which focuses on human rights, participation in community life, access to mainstream activities and services, and broader systems change”.

Following an opening night cultural and arts event, a range of keynote, plenary, concurrent and poster sessions will provide opportunities for reflecting on and discussing how best to develop and support research that focuses on changing the social, economic and physical environments that currently prevent social equity for persons with disabilities.

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The Melbourne Law School