Public lecture: Swedish Disability Rights Activists claim „Full Participation Now!”

Public lecture by Marie Sépulchre, PhD student, Sociology Department, Uppsala University, Sweden

Swe­dish Disa­bi­li­ty Rights Activists claim ’Full Par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on Now!’ – Con­struc­tions of citi­zenship by dis­abled peop­le in Swe­den

Time: Thurs­day, 23 Novem­ber 2017, 12:00 – 13:30, Room: S 163

This lec­tu­re explo­res the citi­zenship of dis­abled peop­le in Swe­den. The first part traces the deve­lop­ment of the legal frame­work out­lining the citi­zenship rights for per­sons with disa­bi­li­ties in Swe­den. The second part exami­nes the blog ‘Full Par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on Now’, which was initia­ted by esta­blished disa­bi­li­ty rights activists in Swe­den. The lec­tu­re dis­cus­ses how the­se Swe­dish disa­bi­li­ty rights activists aim to chal­len­ge a situa­ti­on that they defi­ne as ‘second-class citi­zenship’ and aspi­re to ‘full citi­zenship’.

Marie Sépulch­re is a PhD Can­di­da­te at the Socio­lo­gy Depart­ment of Upp­sa­la Uni­ver­si­ty, Swe­den. From 2013 until 2016 she was a rese­arch fel­low in the EU Frame­work 7 fun­ded inter­na­tio­nal rese­arch pro­ject DISCIT – ‘Making Per­sons with Disa­bi­li­ties Full Citi­zens – New Know­ledge for an Inclu­si­ve and Sustain­ab­le Soci­al Model’. Her rese­arch inte­rests cent­re on citi­zenship, disa­bi­li­ty, activism and digi­tal media (http://katalog.uu.se/profile/?id=N13-1402). Recent publi­ca­ti­on: Marie Sépulch­re (2016), Rese­arch about citi­zenship and disa­bi­li­ty: a sco­ping review, in: Disa­bi­li­ty and Reha­bi­li­ta­ti­on, http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/09638288.2016.1172674

Uni­ver­si­tät zu Köln, Human­wis­sen­schaft­li­che Fakul­tät, Depart­ment Heil­päd­ago­gik und Reha­bi­li­ta­ti­on, Fran­gen­heim­str. 4, Gebäu­de­num­mer 213 (Heil­päd­ago­gik), bar­rie­re­frei (Fahr­stuhl am Neben­ein­gang, behin­der­ten­ge­rech­tes WC im Erd­ge­schoss), Lage­plä­ne: http://www.uni-koeln.de/bin2/where.pl?parent.geb213

Geför­dert durch Mit­tel des Depart­ments Heil­päd­ago­gik und Reha­bi­li­ta­ti­on