Uncloseting Discrimination: Disability

‘People with disability frequently experience discrimination, vilification and human rights violations on the basis of having disability and being gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and/or intersex.

The disability rights movement has been addressing the exclusion and stigma that people with disability experience, however barriers and dis­crimination towards GLBTQI people with disability remain. In order to explore the impact of discrimination we invite GLBTQI people with disability to discuss their experiences. Please note that there will be an Auslan interpreter at the event, and the venue is wheelchair accessible. To RSVP please email Senthorun Raj: s.raj@glrl.org.au or phone (02) 9571 5501.’

When: 6:30 pm Monday 22 August 2011

Where: Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre (Surry Hills Library), 405 Crown Street Surry Hills


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