We organise a wide range of events and activities, often in partnership with other research groupings at the university or with colleagues from other universities, activists, policy makers and practitioners. One of our core activities is the biennial Lancaster Disability Studies Conference.
One of our core activities is to host the biennial Lancaster Disability Studies Conferences which have been running since 2003.
CeDR symposiums are an occasional series of research events that bring together researchers, activists and policy makers to share ideas and develop collaborations across the University and more widely.
Better Social Work: Supporting people with learning disabilities to live the lives they want Conference 18th September 2017
Mad Studies and Neurodiversity – exploring connections 17th June 2015
Is work fit for disabled people? 2012
Disability, Spaces and Places of Exclusion 16-17th April 2012
Distress or Disability 15-16th November 2011
Teaching Disability Studies to Social Work Students 20-21 May 2009