RE-IMAGINING SAFE(R)SPACE: Disability, hostility and the meaning of community safety

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RE-IMAGINING SAFE(R)SPACE:

Disability, hostility and the meaning of community safety

Friday 6th December, 2019, 11am-4pm

Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission

DUBLIN 7

This one-day seminar organised by the Institute for Social Science in the 21st Century / School of Applied Social Studies, UCC, aims to launch findings from the Irish Research Council-funded research project ‘Disability & the Creation of Safe(r) Space’, and bring together speakers to explore the issue of disability, hostility and community safety in Ireland.

Speakers include:

  • Suzy Byrne, Disability activist & Regional Manager, National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities
  • Dr. Claire Edwards & Nicola Maxwell, UCC
  • Dr. Andrew Power, University of Southampton, UK
  • Superintendent Kevin Daly, Garda Bureau of Community Engagement
  • Molly Potter & PC Stephanie Rose, I Am Me Scotland & Police Scotland.

Booking

The event is free, but booking is required. Bookings can be made at the following link:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/re-imagining-saferspace-disability-hostility-the-meaning-of-community-safety-tickets-77989567897

Contact

Claire.edwards@ucc.ie ; n.maxwell@ucc.ie

Region: 

Dublin 7

Expiry date: 

06/12/19

Date Entered/Updated: 

06/11/19