A man in a black wheelchair, in front of an audience. He has a microphone in his right hand and his holding up to his mouth. He is speaking to the audience in front of him. He is wearing a white shirt and black trousers, which held up by black braces. He is in full focus and the audience are blurred in the foreground.

Disabled people, LGBTQIA* and sexuality

Wednesday 14 October 2020, 6pm - 7pm

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Next Spring, the government will publish its National Disability Strategy. The Conservative Party pledged to create a strategy in its 2019 Election Manifesto.
We want to make sure that the government hears the voices of disabled people, including those they don’t normally hear from. Our autumn programme of roundtable events are your opportunity to have your say on a range of issues. We will be collating what you tell us into a submission to government, as well as to influence our work as the UK’s leading national disabled persons’ user-led organisation.
This seminar is a roundtable discussion with LGBTQIA* disabled people, on the specific issues affecting us. The aim is to influence the government's forthcoming disability strategy, and identify any policies that might remove barriers for LGBTQIA* disabled people.