7 comments on “Balancing Responsibilities: Community and University

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  2. Hi Naomi,
    A good place to start might be either Livability or Inclusive Church. I know IC are holding a conference for disabled Christians in London this weekend – if you had a stall there, or were able to briefly explain what you were researching, that could help?
    Elizabeth

    • Thanks, Elizabeth. I’m keen to start with user-led organisations and conferences, so the Inclusive Church conference would be a good place to start. I attended in 2012 but didn’t realise they were doing one this weekend. Thanks for the heads-up!

  3. Hi Naomi,
    A FB friend noticed your blog and you search for people with disabilities who attend Christian church. I am part of a global network called EDAN. The Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network is a programme from the World Council of Churches. Our goal is a inclusive community where people with disabilities are involved in all levels of church and society. I give you the addresses of our website and (official) FB page.
    http://www.edan-wcc.org/
    https://www.facebook.com/EDAN.WCC?fref=ts
    Feel free to explore the sites and do some preparing research. If it fits in your research you can contact our regional coordinator in your part of the world.
    Warm greetings,
    Simone

      • Hi Naomi,
        If you have an e-mail address for me I would like to send you some documents. One is our Interim Statement that was adopted by the Central Committee of the WCC and our new document called “The Gift of Being, called to be a Church of all and for all”. This one is still a draft.
        Simone

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