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Online resources from Together 2012 Disabled Arts Project, Aston Mansfield and Birkbeck Univeristy

Together 2012 Disabled Arts Project

  • We are running a 'Join in from home’ programme suitable for all ages and abilities which can be found here:

  • We welcomes feedback and suggestions about health and wellbeing messages to include in their Together Unlocked! Live streams (Monday-Wednesday-Friday 3-4pm).


Aston Mansfield

We will be running social media campaigns on how to keep children entertained during self-isolation, promoting positive posts and signposting any services that people may benefit from. If you need anything to be promoted for social media in Newham please contact:


Online training

Birkbeck - Upcoming online events

Staying positive in lockdown and beyond:

Thursday 21st May, 11am

One of our academics teaching on our Community Leadership BSc taught at Stratford will be joining this UnionLearn session. Topics covered in this webinar include wellbeing tips for working at home, facing up to fears and uncertainty, mindfulness and counselling and CBT.

Birkbeck's Big Ideas Online! | Working class women and West African liberation:

Thursday 28th May, 6-7pm

We’re excited to finally have got a date in the diay with Ekua Agha. This event was meant to be running at Stratford library in March but we have now rescheduled to an online format. The talk will make specific reference to Sembene Ousmane's seminal novel, God's Bits of Wood, to illustrate how women who were marginalised from the socio-economic centre of activity during this period challenged the African patriarchal and colonial systems by playing an active part in the historical 1947 Dakar-Niger railroad workers' strike.

Get Started: Postgraduate Study Online Drop-In:

Wednesday 10th June, 6-7pm

Thinking about postgraduate study at Masters level or postgraduate diploma or certificate level? Join us for a drop-in on 10th June to find out all the basics about getting started with postgraduate study and to speak to some current students about how they’re experiencing postgraduate study during lockdown.


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