04 Mar 2015 NADSN Conference Chester





NADSN Conference at the University of Chester

Wednesday 4th March 2015

The National Association of Disabled Staff Networks (NADSN) and the University of Chester have collaborated to proudly present a one-day conference for NADSN during the University of Chester Diversity Festival 2015


  • Main Conference timing: 9:30am – 2:30pm
  • Venue: Kingsway Buildings, University of Chester, off Kingsway, Chester CH2 2LB

Please see the FULL PROGRAMME for details, and book your FREE place on EVENTBRITE.

We cordially invite all colleagues in higher and further education institutions across the UK, who are members of disabled staff networks or have an interest in disability, to attend this excellent and FREE event!

Parking will be available at the venue and it is easily accessible by train. The venue is fully accessible and lunch will be provided too!

This conference will be followed by the first meeting of the NADSN Founding Steering Group

  • Time: 2.30pm – 4pm
  • Venue: Kingsway Buildings, University of Chester, off Kingsway, Chester CH2 2LB

Steering group members are warmly invited to attend this meeting, and will be contacted directly with details.

This event has been organised by Kathryn Leighton at the University of Chester


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Hamied is nominated for a National Diversity Award – please vote!


Our Chair, Dr Hamied Haroon (@HHHotWheels), is overwhelmed to be nominated in this year’s National Diversity Awards (@ndawards) for the “Positive Role Model Award – Disability”! Hamied was nominated by the amazing Jane Cordell (@CordellJane) and extraordinary Kate Nash OBE (@KateNashOBE)!

If you would like to endorse Hamied’s nomination please visit this page to vote! Nominations and voting will close on 9th June.

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