Project:Ethics, Skills and Knowledge Exchange

Hate crime, intersectionaility and the Academy

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Dr Tanvir Bush reports on a workshop at Bath University on 31 October, 2019. The theme was ‘Disability and hate crime in higher education’ and was part of a newly created six-week course titled ‘Tackling Hate Crime in Higher Education.’.

D4D Themes in discussion at Stoke

black and white landscape image of a seashore with a wheelchair

There are some key themes emerging from the eight project strands of D4D as the program of work develops. What follows is Colin Hambrook’s summary…

D4D Network Conference

D4D Network Conference, at Bath Spa University, for all Community and University partners to outline early ambitions and aims of the D4D project.

Stephanie Harvey: First steps

I’m Stephanie, a PhD student lucky enough to be working alongside the D4D team. My PhD research is a stand-alone project that compliments some of the D4D workstreams. My project, ‘The identities I carry: being disabled, minority ethnic and more’, will look at how having multiple minority identities can impact on community membership and participation…