UCL Centre for Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Research


CIDDR Seminars

CIDDR holds monthly seminars at which researchers and collaborators present their research. Seminars are held usually on the last Friday of each month from 1pm to 2pm in the UCL Division of Psychiatry, Maple House. Anyone interested in attending our seminars should contact Katrina Scior (k.scior@ucl.ac.uk) in advance. 

CIDDR Seminars 2015-2016:

Seminar series 2015-2016

Past Events

CIDDR Launch

We held the Centre’s formal launch on 13th July 2010. We would like to thank all service users, carers, professionals and researchers who joined us for the day and made it a very enjoyable and interesting day!

Programme of the day

UCL’s communications office produced a news item on the launch. This audio feature contains attendees' comments on the launch and more general information about the centre and its mission.

2009 Seattle Club Conference

We hosted the 2009 Seattle Club Conference on Research in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in the UK and Republic of Ireland at UCL.

This is an annual event for researchers in the field of intellectual disability in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Information about Annual Seattle Club Event

A free Public Event:

Raising Awareness & Combating Prejudice and Discrimination directed at people with learning disabilities around the globe

16 July 2015

Darwin Lecture Theatre, UCL 10.00 to 16:30

This event presented findings from a review into attitudes towards people with intellectual disabilities around the globe, and efforts to improve them in line with Article 8 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities.

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This project was conducted in partnership with Leonard Cheshire Disability, Inclusion International, and distributed globally with support from IASSID (International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities) and Special Olympics. Positive efforts to raise awareness and foster acceptance and equality from the UK and from around the world were presented, as were talks by self-advocates and Disability Organisations on their work aimed at raising awareness and challenging stigma.

For the full programme see here