Invitation to the launch of the findings from the 2018/19 Crook Public Service Fellowship. London, UK in November

27th November, from 5.30 - 7.30 pm at The Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE

- followed by an informal reception, finishing at 8.30pm.

Tom Wild writes: This event, focused on this year's theme of Dis/ability & Dis/advantage, will share the findings from the Fellows.

The 2018/19 Fellows and their topics are:

- Louise Wilkinson (Child Brain Injury Trust): childhood acquired brain injury

- Liam Toner (Sheffield City Council): social care with disabled citizens - challenging the barriers

- Lucy Virgo and Sunderland People First: self-advocacy

This launch of the Policy Briefs is chaired jointly by Prof Katherine Runswick-Cole and Prof Dan Goodley of the University of Sheffield’s Department of Education and the iHuman research centre.

The group has been working to address issues in practice and policy-making at the local and national level. The Crook Public Service Fellowship scheme is hosted by the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Sheffield, and is an opportunity for future leaders in the public and third sectors to work collaboratively with researchers from the university on pressing challenges around a shared theme.

If you are available to attend please click this link to register.  

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