‘The Paralympics effect’: making the most of London 2012

A session at e-Access 13

Thursday 31st October, 2013

10:00am to 11:00am (GMT)

In our keynote session one of the world’s leading Paralympic athletes, Hannah Cockroft, will recapture the magic of London 2012 and explain how the Games acted to inspire and support a powerful social message. With support from our other leading speakers she will examine the legacy of the games – has it lasted? And how can we maximise its value to support equal access for all in the digital age?

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Hannah Cockroft MBE

Wheelchair sprint athlete and GB Paralympian

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Adam Oliver

Head Of Inclusion and Age & Disability Research Programmes, BT

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Simon Stevens

Disability Consultant and Campaigner

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e-Access 13

England England, London

31st October 2013

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Time 10:00am11:00am GMT

Date Thu 31st October 2013

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