Autistic people face discrimination and prejudice in a society which expects us to understand and fit in with social rules that are not of our making. People with autism are also part of the disabled people's fightback. This section includes my work providing 'Autism in the workplace' training and information for trade union representatives, plus campaign news, and personal and political observations.
Janine will be speaking about rights at work and performing some poetry at this celebration of autisticness!
Venue: Charlton House, Charlton Road, London SE7 8RE
- free entry
- all welcome
- bring your own food and drinks
- other speakers/performers include: Emma Dalmayne, Callum Brazzo, Alexandra Forshaw
Please contact your PCS regional office or branch secretary for information and to register.
A one-day course for teacher trade unionists in the delightful surroundings of the NASUWT Hillscourt Education Centre in Birmingham.
Contact NASUWT for details and to register.
This is the speech I gave at the fringe meeting at Labour Party conference on 25 September 2018 about the draft Labour Party Autism / Neurodiversity Manifesto.
A lot has happened since I said to John McDonnell at a book launch two-and-a-half years ago that it would be a good idea for the Labour Party to have a specific manifesto on autism and neurodiversity.
PCS members in London and the South are welcome to attend this two-day course run by Janine. If you would like to attend, please contact your regional training officer or your branhc secretary.
A two-day course to introduce civil service trade union reps and activists to neurodiversity and how they can help to fight discrimination.
To register, please contact your regional office.
Please contact the regional office to register for this course.
An advanced course for PCS activists who have already done the first Neurodiversity course. Details to follow.
Details to follow.