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14 March: Campaigning, politics and self-advocacy

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.