Upcoming Event on the Experiences of Newcomers and Ethno-racial People with Disabilities

Ethno-racial People with Disabilities Coalition of Ontario ERDCO Research Event Thursday March 29, 2012 4:30 - 7:00 PM Ryerson University, 99 Gerrard St. East, Room SHE 560 This event will highlight some of the research that has been completed by ERDCO Staff, Volunteers and Board Members. Research topics include: Successful immigrants with disabilities: Challenging the … Continue reading Upcoming Event on the Experiences of Newcomers and Ethno-racial People with Disabilities

Women with Disabilities’ Experiences of Violence and its Prevention on University and College Campuses

Human Rights & Equity Services in collaboration with Anti-Violence Network presents: "Women with DisAbilities' Experiences of Violence and its Prevention on University and College Campuses" Speaker: Terri-Lynn Langdon, MSW, RSW, (Thrive Counselling) Date: Thursday, March 15th, 2012 Time: 12 noon - 1:30 PM Location: room 201, Institute of Applied Health Science, McMaster University Campus, Hamilton … Continue reading Women with Disabilities’ Experiences of Violence and its Prevention on University and College Campuses

Reclaiming Our Bodies and Minds: Disability, Oppression, Action! Conference

When: March 16th, 6pm until March 18th, 6pm Where: Ryerson University Student Campus Centre, 55 Gould Street, Toronto, Ontario  http://www.facebook.com/events/261933367190315/ Reclaiming our Bodies and Minds: Disability, Oppression, Action! is a collaborative space for communities to come together, learn, network, and develop skills. We acknowledge that people with disabilities have a diverse range of experiences. However, one experience … Continue reading Reclaiming Our Bodies and Minds: Disability, Oppression, Action! Conference

“Disabling Failure: Sex, Embodiment, and Crip Critique” Event in Waterloo

When: March 1st, 4:30 Where: University of Waterloo, venue to be determined On Thursday March 1st, distinguished scholars Morgan Holmes and Robert McRuer will collaborate to deliver a talk and facilitate a discussion on the theme of "Disabling Failure: Sex, Embodiment, and Crip Critique." Dr. McRuer is Professor of English at George Washington University. His … Continue reading “Disabling Failure: Sex, Embodiment, and Crip Critique” Event in Waterloo

Why Students with Disabilities should Support the National Day of Action

The Canadian Federation of Students national day of action is coming up Wednesday February 1, that's right TODAY! Now more than ever it is important that students with disabilities show their numbers and advance the fight for accessible education in Ontario and around the country. This type of Canada-wide student day of action doesn't happen … Continue reading Why Students with Disabilities should Support the National Day of Action

NEW LOCATION: OCCUPY. STRIKE. RESIST. . . How do we beat the 1%?

#OCCUPY. STRIKE. RESIST. . . . How do we beat the 1%? A one-day political conference Saturday, February 4 from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm Galbraith Building, 35 St. George Street, University of Toronto - wheelchair accessible Organized by the International Socialists Register online: http://bit.ly/Feb4conf Facebook: http://on.fb.me/Feb4FB With every passing day, the capitalist system spins deeper into crisis. Politicians, bankers … Continue reading NEW LOCATION: OCCUPY. STRIKE. RESIST. . . How do we beat the 1%?

OCCUPY. STRIKE. RESIST. . . How do we beat the 1%?

#OCCUPY. STRIKE. RESIST. . . . How do we beat the 1%? A one-day political conference Saturday, February 4 from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm Bahen Centre, 40 St. George Street, University of Toronto Organized by the International Socialists Register online: http://bit.ly/Feb4conf Facebook: http://on.fb.me/Feb4FB With every passing day, the capitalist system spins deeper into crisis. Politicians, bankers and bosses are … Continue reading OCCUPY. STRIKE. RESIST. . . How do we beat the 1%?

We Strike Together ~ Public Forum January 11th

UofT PUBLIC FORUM WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 5PM OISE room 2214 (252 Bloor St. West) The 1% are undermining accessible public education by increasing tuition and class sizes, cutting funding and corporatizing campus. Join a discussion about how the 99% on campus--students, TAs, staff and faculty-- can unite to support upcoming campaigns, like the February 1 … Continue reading We Strike Together ~ Public Forum January 11th

Accessibility: Promoting Inclusive Development Event

The San Lorenzo Latin American Community Centre; CHHA 1610AM Voces Latinas Radio; The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education; and the Student Association of Ryerson (CESAR) invite you to join in the celebration of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Enjoy some music, food, and conversation in an accessible venue: Oakham House Thomas … Continue reading Accessibility: Promoting Inclusive Development Event