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What's it like to be disabled in Britain in 2021
About this Event
Join Vice President of the Liberal Democrats, Isabelle Parasram, and our very special guests in a specially curated panel discussion exploring "What's it like to be disabled in Britain in 2021?"
Our wide-ranging discussion will cover issues such as how society perceives disabled people and the provision and accessibility of housing, transport, education, employment and other services. It is now 21 years since the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act) 1995 - has life improved for disabled people or has it got worse?
Specialist Information Officer and Cerebral Palsy Programme Lead
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