Audio Record, Seminar 3

Here you can find a full audio record of Seminar 3, divided into three lengthy segments. Please see Seminar 3: Video Record for a video record of some of the proceedings from Seminar 3, together with broader reflections on the overall Seminar Series.

Audio segment 1 includes opening remarks from Ed Hall (beginning c.07.00 minutes into the segment) and then contributions to a session entitled ‘Principles and Practices of Learning Disability Policy: Frameworks and Delivery Mechanisms’, with presentations from Jean MacLennan and Raymond Bell, plus discussion, and then Beth Hall and Angela Henderson/Sarah Gorst, plus discussion. Click below to hear this first audio segment.

Audio segment 2 includes opening remarks from Murray Simpson (beginning c.04.15 minutes into the segment) followed by an intervention from Nicola Grove, Sean Cole, Linda Sheridan, Lorraine McGregor and Nichola Shirkey, and then moving into contributions to a session entitled ‘Concerns and Contentions in Policy-Making with People with Learning Disability’, with presentations from Keith Etherington, Loretto Lambe and Chris Creegan, plus discussion and then a further intervention from (and singing [!] led by) Nicola, Sean, Linda, Lorraine and Nicola. Click below to hear this second audio segment.

Audio segment 3 includes opening remarks from Ed Hall (beginning c.02.05 minutes into the segment) followed by contributions to a session entitled ‘Academic Research and the Landscape of Learning Disability Policy’, with presentations from Anna Cooper and Chris Philo, plus discussion and closing words from the organisers. Click below to hear this third audio segment.

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