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12 octobre 2008 7 12 /10 /octobre /2008 18:29

Equality 2025, UK Advisory Network on Disability Equality is having its second Public Meeting in the ICC, Birmingham.

 

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Equality 2025: taking your views on disability equality to government
Monday 3rd November 2008, International Convention Centre, Birmingham


Please make a note in your diary for an event taking place on Monday 3rd November 2008 at the International Convention Centre, in Birmingham.

Purpose of the event


Equality 2025 is a body set up to advise the Government on issues affecting the everyday lives of disabled people across the United Kingdom.  They want to know what issues you think the Government should be aware of.  For more information about Equality 2025, please click here to go to our website.

Who should attend?


Equality 2025 would like to talk to as many disabled people as possible, from every part of the United Kingdom.  To try and make sure there is a diverse group of people attending the event, we will give priority to people who have not been to a similar involvement event before, making sure we include people from each region of England, plus Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. 

How to register

Go to our website http://www.officefordisability.gov.uk/equality2025/ and click on the link to register for a place. This will take you to the online registration pages. Applications should be made by Wednesday 15th October 2008. If you are successful, confirmation of your place will be sent out during week commencing Monday 20th October 2008.

Late applications to attend the event will be considered after this date, as a reserve list will be held so that places which become available at the last minute can be reallocated.

The online registration site includes a copy of the agenda, information about the venue and speakers, and a list of frequently asked questions. If you have problems accessing any of the information please contact the conference office.

If you have difficulty registering online please find attached a registration form, which you can complete and fax back to us on 020 8481 2020, post to us at the address below, or you can telephone our conference office who will be happy to help.

Agenda


Please click here to view the agenda. You will see that two topics for discussion have already been chosen:

 A.  Independent Living, Individual Budgets and Employment; and

B.  Education and Skills for Life and Work.


A further two topics will be discussed, but we would like attendees to choose these based on what they think is important to disabled people.

When registering for the event, you will be asked which topic you would like to talk about in the morning out of the two choices above. You will also be asked to suggest a topic for the afternoon session.

Post event information

If you are not selected for a place at the event we would like to keep your contact details on our database to send you a copy of the Conference Report, and details of any future events you might wish to attend. Please let us know during the registration process whether you are happy for us to do this.

We will be in touch again shortly to let you know if we can offer you a place at the event.  If you have any queries in the meantime please contact the conference office on 020 8481 3319, using Typetalk on 18001 020 8481 3319 or e-mail equality2025tellus@livegroup.co.uk.

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