Virtual Lecture – Women, Disability and Hate Crime
Wednesday 4 May 2022, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm GMT, online (UK)
We are delighted to be joined by Louise Holden from Inclusion London for a talk on women, disability and hate crime. This talk will be convened by Dr Anette Lawson.
Louise Holden is the London Disability Hate Crime Project Manager at Inclusion London. Inclusion London supports over 70 Deaf and Disabled Organisations working across every London borough. Through these organisations, our reach extends to over 70,000 Disabled Londoners.
Louise joined the team in September 2018 and has over 20 years of experience in the public sector, in the last 11 years working for a DDPO. She has a BSc Honours Degree in Business and Social Science, and is currently studying Development Management with the Open University.
After a serious car accident in her teens resulted in long-term health conditions, Louise started working with a local Mental Health User Group then onto a Mental Health NHS trust before working for a local London DDPO.
Louise has specialist experience in designing and developing participation-led projects and is committed to working to the social model, and is passionate about inclusion, social justice, being courageous and compassionate.
Louise is a member of the Fawcett Society, SGI-UK and Disabled People Against Cuts.
This event will use closed captioning. If you have any access requirements please be in touch with Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org
This talk is taking place as part of our Judith Social Justice Series.
The Judith Social Justice Series is a series of talks hosted by René Cassin, delivered by specialist organisations working to support, protect and advocate for marginalised groups. The series runs from May to July 2022 and more information will be available soon.
Find out more information and book your free place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/women-disability-and-hate-crime-judith-social-justice-series-tickets-321245442767