1University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia
By the end of the conference you’ll have heard a lot of research – but what do we do with it all? Bring along your ideas and thoughts to this session and together let’s work on what next! It’s a session for everyone who wants to make sure research helps people to have good lives. And, how we can all help to make this happen. Back by popular demand from the ASID 2018 conference, it is part conference wrap and part what next. It could be the most fun you’ll have at the conference!
Aine has a long history of working in partnership with people with disability, and combines those skills with strengths in network development, communications, campaigning, collaborative partnering with government and non-government agencies, and systemic advocacy on issues of importance to people with a disability and other community groups. She leads Ideas Info Action, is part of an inclusive research team at University of Technology Sydney and supports some grassroots movements with developing skills in community organising and campaigning. Aine likes to make things (info, organisations, processes, communities) inclusive. Find her on twitter: @ainehillbilly