Supporting disabled people is central to UCL History of Art's commitment to fostering an inclusive and accessible environment for all.
This page includes information for disabled people and those who support them. We are always looking for feedback as to how we can improve the experience and information available to staff, students and visitors related to disability at UCL History of Art. Please get in touch with the EDI Committee Chair if you have any feedback.
Support and Resources at UCL
- Disability Discrimination Faced by UCL Students and Recommended Measures - Students' Union UCL.
- Disability Equality at UCL - Office of the President and Provost (Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion).
External Support and Resources
- British Dyslexia Association.
- Disability Justice - Provides guides, including letter-writing templates, on responding to disability discrimination.
- Mental Health at Work - Toolkits and other resources.
- Mentally Healthy Universities - Pilot campaign from Mind.
- Neurodiversity at work - Includes CIPD's report (PDF).
- Transport Accessibility - Transport for London.
- Social model of disability - From Scope.
- Unlearning Ableism - Discussion series, with recordings and transcripts, from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Disability and Neurodiversity in Art Resources
- Tate: Disability & Art
- Shape Arts website and Event Calendar - Shape Arts is is a disability-led arts organisation
- Disability Arts Online website - Disability Arts Online is an organisation led by disabled people, set up to advance disability arts and culture through the pages of their journal.