NADSN Conference in Chester 2015

The University of Chester proudly hosted the first NADSN Conference on Wednesday 4th March 2015, during the University of Chester Diversity Festival 2015.

This was organised Kathryn Leighton and Hamied Haroon (on behalf of NADSN).

PowerPoint slides, kindly provided by the speakers, can be downloaded as follows:

Here are videos of the sessions, kindly provided by the University of Chester:

 

 

 

 

Copyright of the slides and videos belongs to the authors.

If you have any queries about this conference, please contact Kathryn Leighton at the University of Chester.

Here is a photo of the organisers and some of the speakers:

Diversity Disabled Staff Networks Conference

Left to right: Karisa Krcmar, Kathryn Leighton, Tina Horsman, Hamied Haroon (in the foreground), Chris Brill and Nicola Martin

 

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

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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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