Disabled Architects - Unlocking the Potential for Practice

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Date: 21 November 2011
Venue: The Dartington Suite, Wallscourt Farmhouse, Frenchay Campus
Time: 13:45

The research team in the Department of Planning and Architecture, Sandra Manley, Ann de Graft-Johnson and Katie Lucking are pleased to invite you to attend the launch of a research report commissioned by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). The completed research explores the experiences of disabled architects and architecture students and puts forward stategic actions to advance good practice in the architectural profession.

Angela Brady, the President of RIBA, is the key note speaker. The event will be hosted by Professor Paul Olomolaiye, Dean of the Faculty of Environment and Technology. David Gloster, RIBA Education Director and representatives from the RIBA Equalities Forum, Architects for Change, will be attending.

Those who have a particular interest in disability and equality both within architecture and more broadly are welcome to attend.

The event starts at 13:45 and will finish at 15:30. Booking is required for catering and organisational purposes.

Cost: Free
Contact: Sue or Jane - FET Short Course Unit
Telephone: 0117 32 83210
E-mail: fet.shortcourses@uwe.ac.uk

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