Disability Inclusive Culture with Fatma AlJassim and Sara Minkara
WHENSunday, April 11, 2021 5:30-6:30pmWHERE
WHOOffice of Inclusion and Equity Open to the Public
The Office of Inclusion and Equity is proud to host Sara Minkara and Fatma AlJassim for a conversation on developing a more inclusive society and transforming social and cultural stigmas against disability globally. This discussion will explore what it means to be “authentically inclusive” and how this can be fostered on individual, institutional, and global levels. The discussion will be followed by an interactive session, "Discovery in the Dark," which is designed to facilitate deep self-reflection on the ways we perceive ourselves and others and how much of that is based on visual cues and assumptions. This session will help create awareness of how perceptions create external realities and will build on that to identify concrete ways to bring more inclusive practices into workplaces, communities, schools, and beyond.
Price Maccarthy, NYUAD Student majoring in Legal Studies and the Diversity Committee Chair for Student Government
Sara Minkara, Pioneer and Creator of the “Discovery in the Dark” series, Founder & CEO of Empowerment Through Integration
Fatma AlJassim, Youth Delegate to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, United Nations (UN)
In Collaboration with
Office of the Vice Chancellor
Humanities Research Fellowship for the Study of the Arab World
Dean of Students Office
NYUAD Community Outreach
Office of Alumni Relations
NYU Abu Dhabi Institute
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