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Disability Equality Initiatives


Disability Taskforce

The Disability Taskforce champions disability, accessibility, and inclusion and raises awareness of related issues across the institution. You can contact Chairs directly using the online form here.

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Disability History Month

UK Disability History Month (UKDHM) is an annual event creating a platform to focus on the history of disabled people's struggle for equality and human rights.


Let's Talk About Disability

The Disability Taskforce developed the 'Let’s Talk About Disability' campaign in 2020/21 to raise awareness of disability in a positive and inclusive way. The campaign consists of monthly messages celebrating different areas of disability with useful links and resources for staff and students.

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The Most Important Things People Want You To Know About Disability & Caring

As disability and caring can often be invisible issues we asked staff and students ‘What’s the most important thing you would want people to know about disability/caring?’ we received so many fantastic and thought-provoking comments we got them printed as a booklet so we can share them with the wider Warwick community.


HIV Guidelines .

The University is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and students to protect and promote the health and wellbeing, enabling everyone to be their absolute self during work and study. We aim to provide a fair and supportive working environment that is free from discrimination and prejudice for employees living with HIV. The University accepts that it has a role and responsibility to raise awareness, provide information and advice on HIV or AIDS.

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WIHEA - Neurodiversity and the Student Experience Learning Circle

Led by Jagjeet Jutley-Neilson this WIHEA learning circle aims to bring together academics that are interested in exploring the Learning Experience of Students who identify as having Specific Learning Differences/Neurodivergent.

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