Focus for 2023

My focus this year is to:

  • Increase 24-hour access to accessible restrooms on campus and ensure all accessible restrooms are fit for purpose and meet current standards. Everyone on campus should have access to a bathroom – no matter what time of day it is
  • Ensure students aren’t excluded or harmed, directly or indirectly, due to their access needs. This includes installing wheelchair lifts near steep slopes or hills, making more ACROD bays available and obtaining a fairer parking deal for students, ensuring labs are wheelchair-accessible, and introducing allergen disclosures at all campus food outlets
  • Make sure access and inclusion measures are treated as a priority
  • Organise some great events for disabled students and allies!

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What does this role do?

Representing and advocating for students with disabilities in the Guild and to the University.

  • Attend meetings, including preparing a report for Representation Board each month
  • Following up on student concerns about accessibility at the University
  • Staying in contact with AccessAbility Services
  • Planning events for students who engage with the department
  • Manage social media pages and groups 

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About Rey

I am a Pharmacy student, who got involved in the Guild due to a lack of basic accessibility on campus, and an interest in inclusion. I am passionate about disability advocacy and equitable access for all students – irrespective of their diagnosis or lack thereof. My perspective is informed by experience with multiple disabilities affecting my mobility, cognition, social interactions, sensory processing, and energy levels (among others). I intend to amplify the voices of students on campus and ensure we all have a say on what happens with our fees.
 

Accessibility Collective Members

This collective is responsible for promoting and assisting in educational, welfare, social and cultural activities for all students with disabilities.

Collective Members allow the Equity Departments to facilitate more frequent activities and events, expand the representation of marginalised students, and give more students from equity backgrounds the opportunity to participate in decision making and spaces.


Accessibility Officer

Rey Nairn
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