Nothing About Us Without Us exhibition at People’s History Museum Friday 5 April to Sunday 5 May 2019

Nothing About Us Without Us exhibition at People’s History Museum Friday 5 April to Sunday 5 May 2019

Co-produced with groups, campaigners and individuals, this exhibition highlights the story of disabled people’s activism and reflects on how this has been represented in history.

 

A large print guide and Braille transcription will be available. Films are subtitled.

 

Have Your Say, Saturday 27 April 2019,

2.00pm – 4.00pm

 

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Thursday, 11 April, 2019

FREE Accessible Workshop for Disabled Young People 11-18

✨FREE Accessible Workshop for Disabled Young People 11-18✨

 

Everyone has the right to be heard, express their views, & enjoy free cake! Join actors Melissa Johns and Ged Mulherin from TripleC in a 2hour drama session at Z-Arts for a fun way to explore changes in the community that young people would like to see!

 

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Monday, 11 March, 2019

Manchester City Council Jobs Fair for Disabled People

Manchester City Council's is holding an Our Manchester Disability Jobs Fair.

The Fair is aimed at Manchester disabled residents who are looking for work, to come and meet organisations and businesses and find out about opportunities out there.

25th March 2019 10am-2:30pm Manchester Central Library Performance Space St. Peter's Square

For more information email: sade.phillip [at] manchester.gov.uk

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Monday, 11 March, 2019

Manchester City Council Jobs Fair for Disabled People

Manchester City Council's is holding an Our Manchester Disability Jobs Fair.

The Fair is aimed at Manchester disabled residents who are looking for work, to come and meet organisations and businesses and find out about opportunities out there.

25th March 2019 10am-2:30pm Manchester Central Library Performance Space St. Peter's Square

For more information email: sade.phillip [at] manchester.gov.uk

 

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Monday, 11 March, 2019

VA Collective 3: An introduction to NDACA – the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive

VA Collective 3: An introduction to NDACA – the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive

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6 March, 2019 - 18:00 to 20:00

Venue:

Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3JL

The VA Collective has been established to host discussions and events for people who have an interest in the work of learning disabled artists in context with contemporary art and society.

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Wednesday, 27 February, 2019

Survey call out for disabled musicians

Are you a musician, artist or DJ producing original music, with the ambition to focus on your creativity and take your project forward?

Do you personally identify as a Deaf or disabled person, or don't identify, but have a health condition or impairment that impacts your daily life?

If the answer to these two questions is “yes”, then this is your opportunity to share your experiences and change the music industry.

The survey gives you the chance to share your music with Attitude is Everything, join a new artist network, and share your experiences of:

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Tuesday, 26 February, 2019

Nothing About Us Without Us - call for contributors

From People's History Museum

Hello

My name is Mark Wilson I am the exhibition officer at the People’s History Museum. The museum is the home of ideas worth fighting for – where our radical past can inspire and motivate people to take action – to shape a future where ideas of democracy, equality, justice and co-operation are thriving.

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Thursday, 21 February, 2019

National survey - the experiences of rail travel among older and disabled consumers

Is accessible train travel on the right track for disabled people?

 

At the Research Institute for Disabled Consumers (RiDC) we’re carrying out UK-wide research into train travel accessibility.

We have a national survey for disabled and older people at: http://bit.ly/trainsurvey2019

 

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Wednesday, 20 February, 2019

Job Vacancy - Greater Manchester Mayor’s Disabled People’s Panel Lead - closing date Monday 18th Feb

Job Vacancy - Greater Manchester Mayor’s Disabled People’s Panel Lead

 

Closing date: Monday 18th February

 

 

Salary: £31,100 (per annum, Pro rata)

 

Length of post: Currently, this is a fixed term post and will end on 31st March 2020

 

Hours: 21hours per week (to be worked flexible and to the needs of the Panel)

 

 

We believe that Greater Manchester is the first Combined Authority in the country to establish a formal partnership between Disabled People’s Organisations and the elected Mayor.

 

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Thursday, 14 February, 2019

Be Bold and Breakthrough! - 9th February, 2019

Be Bold and Breakthrough!

This is a free and accessible event with lunch provided.

A space for individual disabled women to hear from speakers, explore the women's movement and meet like minded people.

What you can expect from the day:

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Wednesday, 6 February, 2019

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