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Invisible Disabilities: How Can We Make Our Events More Inclusive?

Invisible Disabilities: How Can We Make Our Events More Inclusive?

Accessibility is slowly becoming more ingrained in the conversation around events, but too often it’s only applied to accessibility needs that are visible and immediately apparent. At International Confex on 2nd March, Hire Space hosted a panel on ‘Invisible Disabilities: how we can make events more inclusive’ on the Let’s Do London stage, where Meg Strahle drew on her experiences of being personally affected by barriers to participation at events, as well as how she has been working to improve inclusion for others.

You can read more about this panel event here

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