Networking activity IN FRENCH – Collaborative workshop online on the Zoom platform
At a time of “Nothing for us without us“, the objective of this meeting is to collectively bring to light the existing needs, in the field of culture, to promote the social participation of people with disabilities.
We believe that organizations representing people with disabilities, public and private organizations, and academic institutions can combine their expertise in order to identify the necessary solutions to the many difficulties and obstacles encountered in the field of culture.
The networking activity aims to facilitate a first contact between partners and researchers interested in the social inclusion of people with disabilities, to imagine possible collaborations, and to discuss possible research projects.
Keywords: participatory research, co-construction, partners, funding opportunities, universal accessibility, living together, art therapy, heritage, performing arts, cultural products, cultural offers, programs, public policies, reception and training, companions, special needs
Date, time, location
- Date: Monday, June 21, 2021,
- Time: 9-11 am
- Location: Online zoom and collaborative platform, (you will receive by email the complete program with the Zoom connection link, in the days preceding the activity.)
To participate, simply register by filling in the online form HERE.
Registration deadline June 10
This activity is open to all people involved or interested in the issues of culture, accessibility, and disability.
- When you register, an online questionnaire is used to establish the program and activities in a participatory manner. Share your opinion!
We want to make this activity accessible to as many people as possible. Contact us if you have specific needs. LSQ-French interpreters will be available upon request (reservation required before June 10).
If you have any questions, please contact Aurelia Fleury firstname.lastname@example.org
 Nothing about us without us is a slogan used to communicate the idea that no policy should be decided without the full and direct participation of the members of the group affected by that policy. This involves groups that are often considered marginalized from political, social, economic, and cultural opportunities.