Day Two of the Conference is devoted to Workshops.
Crown Prosecution Service
Workshops on Disability Hate Crime
Legal Services Commission
Workshops on developing their strategy as it affects Deaf and disabled people who are Legal Aid and other clients; students and trainees; and their service providers
Solicitors Regulation Authority
Workshops on developing their strategy as it affects Deaf and disabled people clients of solicitors; students and trainees; and practicing solicitors.
Comedy: can it be used to promote Disability Equality?
Led by Dr. Laurence Clark sponsored by future inclusion ltd
Support to Work run by Equal Ability CIC
On Access to Work with will be led by Jobcentre Plus; on Reasonable Adjustments at Work; and on responding to the DWP Consultation “Improving Specialist Disability Services”
Support for Disabled Lawyers run by GSD
What GSD does and what it should be doing:
- for its members
- for other disabled lawyers
- for the legal world at large
There will be a video camera set up throughout the day for people to record their experiences of good and bad access:
- Physical access to buildings and the built environment
- Access to jobs, training and education
- Access to legal and other professional services
- Access to information
These will be used by GSD and Equal Ability CIC in campaigning and training the legal profession and beyond.