'Living in the Gaps: survival, advocacy, and change, in Aotearoa’s healthcare system' is a free online symposium for people with lived experience of health conditions, illnesses, or disability (or who do advocacy, work, or research in these areas).
The event is being run by a team based at Otago University and aims to facilitate shared conversations about health and disability funding issues that affect a variety of different communities, in different ways; to document experiences, share knowledge, and to think about directions forward.
The symposium includes seminars and discussion, a round table panel with a number of health and disability advocates, and creative workshops.
The symposium is open to anyone, of any age, from Aotearoa New Zealand, who feels their life or work experience relates to this topic.
When: 9.30am to 5pm, Saturday 25 March
Where: online - Zoom
Registration: online - Living in the Gaps registration
NZSL interpreters, live captioning and visual aids will be available. There will be breaks between sessions. any other access requirements.
For more information and to register see Living in the Gaps