Event: Disabled mums and our children — our right to support not separation

Photos of disabled women on the Mothers March (2010). A disabled mum with her daughter.

Our next workshop on Zoom — all welcome:

Wednesday 19 May, 1.30pm-3.30pm

Disabled mums and our children — our right to support not separation

Register free on Eventbrite here.  Email us if support needed: win@winvisible.org

BSL info

Speakers so far:

·       Proud to be a disabled mum: The right to have children and family life – Nicole Als

·       The struggle for support to care for our children: Why are disabled mums investigated under “child protection” when we ask for the support we are entitled to? – Ms X

·       Being deaf is used against us in council and court proceedings – Asha Nauth, Deaf Ethnic Women’s Association and a mum’s story

·       Disabled mums and children against forced adoption – Jean Eveleigh

·       Mums with mental distress versus violent ex-partners given custody Ms Y

·       Introducing the Disabled Mothers’ Rights campaign ­– Tracey Norton, Support Not Separation and WinVisible

Followed by questions and discussion

BSL/English interpretation. Live speech-to-text on Streamtext.

Thanks to our funders:

Workshops are part of a NET DPO Covid-19 Emergency project.


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