Accessibility Talks: Inclusive Interviews & Online Learning

November 11th 2pm – 3pm GMT

The new normal isn’t working for everyone.

Laura Jacques, in partnership with Fundraising Everywhere, have launched the ‘Accessibility Talks’; regular, online conversations that focus on areas of the sector where we are repeatedly ableist and chat with experts and people with lived experience about how we can improve.

The launch session focuses on online interviews.

With the Covid-19 crisis causing us all to now work from home, more than ever this is highlighting the lack of technology investment in the sector and the impact this has on fair access to opportunities.

Disabled employees and job hunters are left behind because of the lack of accessibility and awareness of how to make technology work for disabled people.

Join this ‘pay what you can’ webinar to find out how we can take the steps in making sure that disabled people are given the right to accessible progression including interviews and learning opportunities.


Julia Ammon, Trusts Fundraising Manager at Blesma, The Limbless Veterans

Chloe Plummer, Fundraising Assistant at Enhamn Trust

Rhys Jenkins, Community Co-Ordinator at The Autism Directory

Scott Watkin, Head of Engagement at SeeAbility

Lucy Warnes, Trustee at Action Deafness.

Colin Daniels, Manager (Working Age and Young People) at Macular Society

Macular Society

Created and curated by Laura Jacques.


To make this event accessible to all it is pay what you can.

The event is subtitled. Please let us know if you have additional accessibility needs by emailing [email protected]

We’d love to hear from other disabled fundraisers about topics and conversations we should host for future talks. Get in touch to let us know.

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