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If I knew then what I know now: disabled people reflect on their careers

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The venue is accessible. There will be BSL interpreters present and speech to text support available.

Caroline Benn, Gary O’Donoghue, David Ruebain, Jenny Sealey MBE and Niall Strawson talk about their careers.

Speakers will talk about the secrets of their success, their career highlights and what they wish they’d known when starting out, along with how they ended up doing what they are doing now. There will be an opportunity for questions and a range of individuals have been invited. The talk is at 5.30pm followed by a reception.

This event is organised by the Disability Resource Centre and Equality and Diversity and is a celebration event for International Day for Persons with Disability

This talk is part of the Equality & Diversity Events series.

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