#creativeHE, ALT, Being visible, Disability, Discrimination

YOU are forgetting me! Open Mic

This is a poem of mine that I am reading for the first-ever #altc22 open mic event today. I hope this blog and poem will inspire attendees to the #altc22 conference to look into diversity and beg us all to question the status quo. For reference, please visit my blog post on 'Changing Changing mindsets… Continue reading YOU are forgetting me! Open Mic

#creativeHE, Accessibility, Antiracism, Being visible, Disability, Discrimination, HigherEd, Inclusivity

Celebrating World Creativity & Innovation with #creativeHE

What I have been up to since I started the first draft of my first poem? Well, 'I Noticed' evolved into something more like Eye Noticed. Recently, I have been trying to find some creative ways of tackling racism within UK HE and Eye Noticed was inspired from personal experience as a victim of continuous… Continue reading Celebrating World Creativity & Innovation with #creativeHE

Disability, Inclusivity, Mauritius, Projects

A day at the Global Rainbow Foundation, a charity for people with disabilities in the Indian Ocean

I am crowdfunding for GRF on JustGiving. In your donation, you are encouraged to write a note to the benefactor who will be a student with a disability. A few words of encouragement from you will mean a lot to those individuals. If you are contributing anonymously, please include your initials at the end of… Continue reading A day at the Global Rainbow Foundation, a charity for people with disabilities in the Indian Ocean

Accessibility, Change Management, Conferences, Disability, Discrimination, HigherEd

What inclusivity means for EMA and for me

Recently, as Organising Committee Chair, although based in UK at that time, I flew one conference attendee (now dear friend) in an electric wheelchair from Budapest to Vienna for the EMA General Assembly (23-25th February 2019) with joint events with the Marie Curie Alumni Association conference. It was no easy task, I had to juggle… Continue reading What inclusivity means for EMA and for me