Sexual health and rights organisations

Last week I attended a meeting with the Sexual Health & Disability Alliance (SHADA), a UK-wide network of people working with sexuality and disability issues. They hold meetings twice a year and this was my second meeting after attending a year ago to present my research. It’s a great opportunity to meet...

[Image showing the programme description. Dusty pink background and triangle pattern in different colours on the left. Uni of Liverpool logo, the workshop name and organizers, date and place of event] In June I participated in a workshop at the University of Liverpool, arranged by Aoife Daly, director of the...

Last week I visited London and a meeting with SHADA – The Sexual Health and Disability Alliance. It is a network of professionals in different fields working with sex and disability issues, coming together twice a year to share experiences, develop strategies and campaign for change. SHADA grew out of...

This is the fourth post about my interviews with British organisations working with sexuality and disability rights.  Meet Enhance the UK, a charity led by disabled people! They focus on disability awareness and various issues related to sexuality. Their target group includes people with physical and/or sensory impairments. As such,...

In the last few weeks I’ve been doing fieldwork in England. I have travelled around interviewing representatives for organisations that work for disability rights and/or sexual health and rights (SRHR). The organisations that have participated so far are: Scope, about their #EndTheAwkward campaign of which one part focuses on sex...