Disability Pride 2020
COVID19 has had an enormous impact on businesses, community and disabled people.
We made the decision to cancel Disability Pride earlier in the year when there was so much uncertainty surrounding the future.
Several partners have come together and made it possible to offer Disability Pride Online for 2020!
Between 7th September and 4th October 2020, there will be a range of online-accessible events including:
and much more
We're still really sad that we weren't able to put on a big event this year, but by keeping the spirit for Disability Pride alive we can only hope for a bigger and better event next year!
Partners involved in DP20 Online are:
Martin Symons (Chair of DP)
UEA and Sports Park
If you'd like to contribute or take part in DP20, please email email@example.com
If you're looking for more information about the events happening during DP20, see below and stay tuned on our Social Media pages!
What Is Happening?
September 7th - 13th
Martin Symons will open DP20 and kicking things off with musical performances, and showcasing videos of people who have sent in a clip to us what Disability Pride means to them. To send in your video for a chance to be featured please email firstname.lastname@example.org
September 14th - 20th
Active Norfolk will be demonstrating accessible physical exercise at home and broadcasting video tutorials and streaming live as well.
They'll be posting on their social media every day so stay tuned!
September 21st - 27th
Equal Lives will be online this week to bring you YouTube videos, a message from the CEO, launch their mental health campaign and a live stream bake-off! Join in with us by following along on social media. There will also be a Human Library which you'll have the chance to join in on.
The UEA will be hosting talks and discussions on the 4th of October, so keep an eye out online for updates on this.