Disability researchers discuss their motivations for working in this field and ask ‘what is the difference that social research can make’?
This is a public event where researchers and the public can share their views on the ways in which the experiences and concerns of disabled people and their families are represented through re-search, in the UK and in developing countries.
The session is going to be divided in four presentations, follow by an open plenary and an informal discussion with tea and coffee.
When?: 9th April 2014, 2pm to 4 p.m
Where?: Muirhead Tower room 710, University of Birmingham, UK
Contact Monica Pinilla MVP190@bham.ac.uk if you have queries about this event. No booking required.