Crowne Plaza, Liverpool, 2nd – 3rd December 2014
The Inaugural DaDaFest International Congress: Disability Culture and Human Rights is part of DaDaFest International 2014, examining disability culture as a catalyst for social justice and empowerment within an international context. With the central theme of disability culture as a catalyst for social justice, the congress will showcase how empowering people through culture is a gateway to social, economic and cultural opportunity. Presenters will include leaders from across the arts, creative and public sectors, with a focus on the impact of disability culture on human rights.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Sir Peter Bazalgette, Chair, Arts Council England
- Professor Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, Maury Green Fellow, Havard University
- Rachel Kachaje, Deputy Chair, Disabled People’s International
- Dr Chris Smit, Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences, Calvin College
- Dr Janet Price, Vice Chair, DaDaFest