The Disability, Sexuality and Rights Online Institute - 2019

Application Form

CREA's 6th Disability, Sexuality and Rights Online Institute

4 February - 15 March 2019

(Completely online, 6 weeks, 6-10 hours per week)

The Disability, Sexuality, and Rights Online Institute provides a study of theory and practice for disabled and non-disabled people working in areas such as development, health, sexuality, media, and rights. The aim is to create awareness about the intersection of disability and sexuality, and build a political perspective on disabled people’s sexual rights. Participants develop their ability to work in inclusive and holistic ways that further human rights and social justice. CREA coordinated the first Disability, Sexuality, and Rights Online Institute in 2010.

Deadline to apply: Deadline for applications has been extended to 5 January 2019.

This online application form cannot be saved midway. It should be filled out and submitted at one go. Use of the online application form is preferred. In case you are not able to apply online, you may download the form from CREA's website - and email it to Disha Sethi at Attach a copy of your latest resume or CV. All questions must be answered- your resume or CV cannot substitute for an answer.

Please note, that as a part of the institute you will have to abide by the following guidelines:

a. Respect: This is a learning space and everybody will work towards creating a positive learning environment, where everybody is treated as an equal.
b. Language: Use of personal attacks, obscenities, ethnic slurs or other disparaging language in communicating with each other will not be tolerated
c. Privacy: All institute content, including comments/suggestions made by participants, are strictly confidential and cannot be shared outside, without the express permission of the person and/or the organisers.

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Please give the names of two references, one other than your employers, who are knowledgeable about your work.

If accepted on the course, we will have further discussion with you to ensure that your access requirements are met.