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Documentary Film – Disability Activism in Europe

Participants Wanted for Documentary Film on:

Young Disabled People's Views and Experiences of Disability Activism across Europe

  • Is your age within the range of 18 to 35?
  • Do you identify as a disabled person?
  • Do you currently live in a European State?
  • Are you involved in disability activism and disability politics?

If you answered yes to these questions then please consider taking part in the documentary film.

The purpose of the documentary film is to explore young disabled people's experiences of disability activism, and to understand what young disabled activists are trying to achieve through their activism.

If you want to take part in the documentary film then you will be asked to attend an online meeting. The meeting will take approximately 30 minutes to complete; it will be conducted in English over your preferred videoconferencing platform. The meeting will be an opportunity to discuss any questions about the documentary film and to explore your experiences and views of disability activism.

After the online meeting you may be invited to take part in a recorded interview, which may appear in the final version of the documentary film. Arrangements for taking part in the recorded interview will be discussed during the online meeting.

Dr Paul Darke will be producing the documentary, alongside Dr Miro Griffiths.

Please read through the Participation Information Materials and contact Miro Griffiths ( if you would like to take part in the documentary film.

Participation Information Materials for the online survey can be found here

This aspect of the study has received approval from the Business, Environment, and Social Sciences (AREA) Faculty Research Ethics Committee at the University of Leeds. The reference for this study is: AREA 20 – 058.