14 March: Campaigning, politics and self-advocacy

Simon Cramp will talk about his work and life, drawing from his new book ‘Don't Cramp My Style’ at The University of Sheffield.

Event | 22.01.19

In this free public lecture at The University of Sheffield, Simon Cramp will discuss his campaigning life which he has recently documented in his new book ‘Don't Cramp My Style.’

Date: Thursday 14 March 2019
Time: 11am – 12:30pm 
Venue: FC-FHALL, Firth Court, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN
Entry: Free

Simon is a Fellow of the Centre for Welfare Reform and a member of Citizen Network. He has worked throughout his life to try and promote the rights of disabled people at every opportunity. Simon has a learning difficulty himself and was an early member of the National Forum for People with Learning Disabilities. He has a great interest in politics and political structures and has always been keen to get involved to make things better, and is proud to be a Lifetime Member of Learning Disability England.

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Simon's book is available to buy here.