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We are excited to announce that the CDSSA 2019 conference will take place on Saturday April 27, 2019 at York University Keele Campus. We invite abstracts and artwork that address this year’s conference theme, Bridging Narratives. For details please see the Conference page, or follow this link: https://cdssa.wordpress.com/past-conferences/conference-2019/
This year’s Toronto Disability Pride March (TDPM) took place on September 22, 2018. Visit the TDPM website to read about the event and the speakers.
The Call is out. Please go to the Conference 2018 tab or follow this link: https://cdssa.wordpress.com/2018-cdssa-conference/
Planning for the 12th annual CDSSA conference is underway. Call for abstracts is forthcoming.
Elections have been held and positions have been filled.
First meeting/elections will be held September 26th at 2:30pm in HNES 010.
New Zine! BAD SCIENCE: CDSSA Rep Aliya Esmail would like to introduce you to a new zine: “bad science is a radical, feminist, anti-capitalist, anti-colonial zine. & we’re a group of (medical, public health, humanities) students who believe in something other, and more, than what the constructs of science & medicine have offered up to us. we’re keen on building a community that shares our vision of new, creative futures.” View their call for submissions here
Recent human rights initiative by Navi Dhanota, doctoral student in Critical Disability Studies, results in fewer barriers for students hoping to access counselling and disability services at York.
Read the full story here: http://www.excal.on.ca/psychiatric-labels-get-tossed-with-new-academic-accommodations-criteria/
Navi’s interview on CBC’s As it Happens: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-wednesday-edition-1.3402077/after-student-s-complaint-mental-health-gets-a-rethink-at-york-university-1.3402250