A Zero Sum Game? Nine Rules for Dignity and Good Manners in Dealings with Disabled People
Robert Hunter, founder of City Disabilities, a former City lawyer and experienced courtroom advocate, is both deaf and dyslexic. Here he talks about the simple rules for including disabled people in universities, socially and at work.
About the speaker:
Robert Hunter is a former solicitor and city lawyer and a founder of City Disabilities, a charity that assists disabled professionals and organisations that wish to employ them. In the course of his career, Robert became an experienced courtroom advocate and an internationally acknowledged leader in fraud and asset tracing litigation. For the last 20 years of his career he was profoundly deaf, having had progressive hearing loss since his early teens. He also has dyslexia.
Date: Friday 2 June 2023, 5:30pm
Venue: Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium