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Target Audience: All staff and students and those external to the University.
A number of authors and readers will provide reading of extracts to encourage reflection and discussion on various issues related to equality and diversity, including disability, sexuality, culture and gender.
Readers will include author Uuganaa Ramsay discussing her book Mongol, which interweaves the extraordinary story of her own childhood in Mongolia with the sadly short life of her son Billy, who is diagnosed with Down's Syndrome at birth and inspires Uuganaa to challenge prejudice and campaign to change attitudes.
Author and Strathclyde staff member Michael Cannon will also read from and discuss his work. Michael has published five novels, his most recent book Articles of Faith was published in 2014 by Freight Books.
External attendees who are not University of Strathclyde staff or students should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Delivered By: Equality & Diversity