We’ve been asked by Miro, a Research Fellow in Disability Studies at the University of Leeds, to share the details of a recent project they have launched.
“Disability activism in Europe: Young Disabled Activist’s Views and Experiences” is exploring understandings of Disability activism, politics, and the resistance practices of young Disabled activists across Europe.
Currently, there is an open, online survey exploring opportunities and challenges to participating in Disability activism across Europe, as well as to understand the importance of Disabled people’s social movements.
To take part in the survey, respondents will:
– need to be within the age range of 18 to 35;
– identify as a Disabled person;
– currently live in a European country (EU or beyond);
– have experience or an interest in disability activism.
The survey is available in English, English Easy Read, French, and German.
To take part, or read further information, please visit: https://disabilityactivism.leeds.ac.uk/getting-involved-in-the-research-2/survey-disability-activism-in-europe/