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  • Date and time: Friday 7 June 2024, 5.30pm to 6.30pm
  • Location: In-person and online
    CC/011, Creative Centre, York St John University (Map)
  • Admission: Free admission, booking required

Event details

For too long, the world has positioned disabled people as 'other'. Stigma and stereotypes have prevented our society from engaging with this thriving community in a meaningful way, and embedded a fear of 'getting it wrong' that often stops us from taking action altogether. It's time to let go of that fear. 

This event is designed for people and organisations who want to be a better ally and support the disability community, but don't quite know where to start.

Join award-winning writer and communication consultant Pippa Stacey to learn more about the barriers disabled people face in society, helpful and unhelpful ways to respond to them, and actionable tips to help build a world that's more inclusive for all.

Find out more about Pippa’s background on her blog, Life Of Pippa.          

Photo credit: Eleanor Martin Photography

About the speaker

Pippa Stacey is a disabled writer, speaker and content creator based in Yorkshire. She also works as a communication consultant in the charity sector and has a particular interest in inclusive education and employment for people with chronic illness and energy limiting conditions. She's a published author and uses her lived experiences to help inform policy and practice in the UK.  Through blogging about life with chronic illness, she has grown a sizable community on social media, and for the past three years has been named in the Disability Power 100 as one of the most influential disabled people in the UK. She has picked up various awards and accolades over the years, and continues to advocate for a more inclusive world for people with conditions like her own. In her free time, Pippa enjoys theatre and books, and can usually be found in novelty pyjamas with a cup of tea in hand.


York St John University

Venue details

  • Wheelchair accessible