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Prof. Roger Slee “Inclusive Education isn’t dead, it just smells funny”
Thu, June 1, 2017, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM BST
**ANNOUNCING PUBLIC LECTURE**
The School of Sociology & Social Policy and Centre for Disability Studies are delighted to welcome to the University of Leeds, Professor Roger Slee, leading international academic in the field of Disability Studies in Education. Professor Slee is an Australian academic based at the University of South Australia, so this is an opportunity to meet with him whilst he is visiting the UK.
Professor Slee’s lecture promises to be a thought-provoking event of interest to all those who believe in the importance of Inclusive Education. Do join us for what is certain to be a lively discussion.
1st June 2017
4-5pm, followed by drinks reception 5-6pm
University of Leeds, Social Sciences Building Room 12.21/25
(Link to campus map available here: https://www.leeds.ac.uk/campusmap)
Attendance is *FREE*
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Polite request about access requirements: it is very important to us that we make this event as inclusive and accessible as possible. Please let us know if you have any access requirements that you would like us to take into account by contacting Angharad Beckett (A.E.Beckett@leeds.ac.uk) at the earliest opportunity. The room is a large, flat-floored lecture/seminar room. It is on the second floor of the Social Sciences Building and there is lift access to this floor. There is an accessible WC close to the room. If you require a sign-language interpreter please let us know in advance, and we will arrange this.
This event will not be recorded. We apologise in advance. We will, however, make Professor Slee's lecture slides available via the Disability Archive http://disability-studies.leeds.ac.uk/library/. Live tweeting from this event will also take place on @CDSLeeds and the hashtag will be #IENotDeadYet