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Building Bridges Research Group research projects in progress

The inclusive research group has been active since 2010. It is a group of people with a learning disability who do research about the issues affecting their lives and their friends. The group are currently working on two research projects; one on loneliness and one on PIP assessments and outcomes. An easy report of both will be available later in 2018. Inclusive research is where people with a learning disability are supported to take a lead role and are an intrinsic part of all stages of the research, including the design, process and dissemination, rather than just contributing to the data collection (Walmsley and Johnson 2003). Their research enables others to have a better understanding

Conferences attended by Building Bridges Training volunteers

Fran, Satnam and Nazia from Building Bridges Training were volunteers at the Inclusion International World Congress at the International Conference Centre in Birmingham which took place between 30 May to 1 June. The event was attended by people from over 70 countries to share stories of inclusion and good practice in promoting the rights of people with a learning disability. ...................................................................................................... Getting Things Changed Conference Nazia, Samantha and Liz also attended ‘Getting Things Changed’ at the SS Great Britain on 25 May 2018. We also enjoyed a tour of the ship in our lunch break! Getting Things Changed (Tac