The Student Voice
It is important that disabled students have the opportunity to be involved in making decisions about the kind of support and facilities available within the University and have their collective views heard as part of the University's consultation processes.
The DSN is an informal group, comprising of a number of disabled students, facilitated by Disability Advice and Guidance, which meets several times a year to discuss issues, evaluate services and provide direct input into policies and procedures which are relevant to the disabled students' experience at the University of Liverpool.
It is also an opportunity to meet other disabled students within a confidential environment, to share experiences and form supportive networks.
If you would be interested in becoming involved, please click the link below to view the timetable for Semester Two activites:
To book your place or for further information about any of our DSN events, please contact Disability Advice and Guidance on firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are represented on the University's Disability Working Group. The Group offers an opportunity for students to raise with the University issues about academic provision and the provision of and access to facilities and support services. It also provides an opportunity for students to influence University policies.
This Group has responsibility for the development and implementation of the University's Disability Equality Scheme and Action Plan and feeds into the Diversity and Equality committee.
The Diversity and Equality of Opportunity Policy and Disability Equality Policy and Action Plan can be found on the Diversity and Equality intranet (restricted access).