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Launch of the Disabled History Month Toolkit!

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This years Disabled History Month is a fantastic opportunity to harness the activist energy from Demo2012 and begin to make positive changes for Disabled Students on your campuses and for Disabled People across the country.

This briefing provides you with some great ideas of campaigns, events and where to get started in your post-demo activities to really drive the change forward.

Let us know how you get on and if you need any help or support with your campaigns please do get in touch! Hannah.paterson@nus.org.uk

Good Luck and embrace your inner activist!

Download the toolkit here

                         

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