Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Fun Workshops leading to Complaints Choir

12 June 2017, 12.30 PM - 16 October 2017, 2.00 PM

Come and explore your feelings about equality, diversity and inclusion at the University of Bristol in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. 

The workshops will be held at 12.30pm - 2.00pm in the Common Room, School for Policy Studies, 8 Priory Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1TZ on the following dates:
Monday 12th June 2017
Monday 19th June 2017
Monday 26th June 2017
Monday 3rd July 2017

By signing up, you are registering your interest in attending all four workshops (dates as listed above).  Ideally, we'd like you to join The Complaints Choir but this is not compulsory.
To register for the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Fun Workshops https://equalitydiversityinclusion.eventbrite.co.uk 

The Complaints Choir will run in September and October 2017.  New people are able to join the Complaints Choir even if they haven't attended all four workshops

The Complaints Choir sessions will be held at 12.30pm - 2.00pm, venue to be confirmed.
Monday 11th September 2017
Monday 18th September 2017
Monday 25th September 2017
Monday 2nd October 2017
Monday 9th October 2017
Monday 16th October 2017

To register for The Complaints Choir https://complaintschoir.eventbrite.co.uk

Please let us know what your access needs are (if any)?

This project is being run by the Norah Fry Centre for Disability Studies with funding from Brigstow Institute.  The original idea was conceived by Sue Porter, a huge campaigner for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, who passed away in January.

The Norah Fry Centre for Disability Studies (in memory of Dr Sue Porter) are setting up from scratch, a choir comprised of volunteers (staff and students) from all equality and diversity groups to look at barriers they face within the University. 

Community choirs have a long history of empowering members and giving a voice to diverse groups. Through the Sue Porter Equality, Diversity (EDI) and Inclusion Complaints Choir, we hope to take an embodied approach to the EDI agenda, enabling people to stand together to challenge discrimination and foster wider ownership in a meaningful way. This is an opportunity to think creatively and raise awareness of issues within a supportive community. We want to change the levels of engagement with equality and diversity to make it everyone’s business for everyone’s gain.

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