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Call for Participants!

Are you a woman who is Deaf and/or has a disability and is interested in shaping the workforce to better serve your needs?

Are you an employer or service-provider interested in shaping the workforce to better serve the needs of women who are Deaf and/or have a disability?

If so, we’d love to connect with you!

ARCH Disability Law Centre is conducting a focus group as part of ‘Do the Rights Thing’, a research project launched by DAWN (DisAbled Women’s Network) Canada.

‘Do the Rights Thing’ is a project aimed at better understanding how women who are Deaf and/or have a disability access services, with a specific focus on equity training. 

‘Do the Rights Thing’ is committed to centering the experiences and voices of women who are Deaf and/or have a disability in its research, but we are also keen to hear from stakeholders.

Individuals Focus Group: If you have ideas, stories, or even grievances to share about your experiences navigating the workforce, please join us for an informal, open-ended, roundtable discussion. For more information and registration, go to: www.archdisabilitylaw.ca/initiatives/do-the-rights-thing/call-for-participants-individuals

Employers Focus Group: If you have ideas, experiences, questions, or comments to share about your experiences supporting women who are Deaf and/or have a disability who are navigating the workforce, please join us for an informal, open-ended, roundtable discussion. For more information and registration, go to: www.archdisabilitylaw.ca/initiatives/do-the-rights-thing/call-for-participants-employers

We are pleased to offer accommodations you require to make this event accessible. We also offer a $25 prepaid VISA gift card to participants in the Individuals Focus Group.



June 19, 2019

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