LiDs Seminar with Dr Piers Gooding: 19 Stories of Social Inclusion
LiDs February Seminar - Dr. Piers Gooding Melbourne Social Equity Institute & Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne presents the project: 19 Stories of Social Inclusion: Lessons from the Lives of Everyday Australians on Belonging, Disability and Community Contribution.
- Wednesday 14 February 2018 03:00 pm until Wednesday 14 February 2018 05:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Sophia Tipping
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Dr. Piers Gooding - 19 Stories of Social Inclusion
This LiDs Seminar will discuss the project 19 Stories of Social Inclusion: Lessons from the Lives of Everyday Australians on Belonging, Disability and Community Contribution. The project tells the story of 19 individual Australians and explores what it means for people with disabilities, particularly people with intellectual and cognitive disabilities, to be “socially included” and what it means to exercise the right to live independently and be included in the community in line with Article 19 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
The materials were gathered in collaboration between the University of Melbourne Disability Research Initiative and a national network of community organisations, led by Belonging Matters in Victoria.
More about Piers:
Dr Piers Gooding has a background in law and humanities. He has worked as a Research Associate at the Centre for Disability Law and Policy, National University of Ireland, Galway, the Melbourne Social Equity Institute and Melbourne Law School, at the University of Melbourne, and is a consultant to the United Nations Economic and Social Commission of the Asia Pacific. Piers has published widely on disability, mental health and human rights, and worked with a range of organisations and research institutes, including the World Health Organisation, the Social Policy Research Centre (University of New South Wales), People with Disabilities Australia, and the Irish and Australian Mental Health Commissions.
Booking not required, To join us remotely via zoom, email Sophia.
La Trobe University, Building HS1, Room 203
La Trobe University, Science Drive, Bundoora, Car Park 1
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