Dr Shani Dhanda, Disability Inclusion and Accessibility Specialist at the University of Birmingham Dubai campus, is recognised as the UK’s most influential disabled person and was the BBC’s 100 Women Laureate of 2020. So put 6 February in your diary without delay, as she will be speaking at the University of Birmingham – Dubai about the importance of inclusion in her own life and the impact of inclusive workspaces!
Sparking transformative change as a consultant, collaborating with businesses and brands to authentically embrace inclusion and accessibility, Dr Shani’s expertise in disability inclusion has had a profound global impact, collectively reaching over 1.5 million employees worldwide.
Navigating the world as a South Asian woman experiencing disability, her intersectional activism serves as a catalyst for challenging social inequality worldwide through entrepreneurial ventures, founding initiatives like Diversability, the Asian Woman Festival, and the Asian Disability Network.
All businesses, educators, and people of determination interested in learning more about inclusive workspaces are invited to attend this fascinating event, which will also feature an audience question and answer session, with Dr Shani being joined by representatives from local organisations working with local businesses on creating inclusive spaces.
Supported by the Centre for Inclusive Studies, this talk will take place on 6 February at the University of Birmingham – Dubai, and to register, simply click this link.