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Image from zine publication showing two illustrated eyes with the captions 'I'm allowed to rest', 'I love myself', 'I dismantle the systems that disable me' and 'I am worthy'

A zine published by the University of Leeds captures the imaginings and creativities of young disabled individuals, as they envision what an accessible and inclusive society would look like.

Students and staff seated at tables in front of a dancefloor at the SSP summer ball

Last month, the School of Sociology and Social Policy held its first Summer Celebration, open to all students and staff in the School.

Photograph of Vanessa Kind (Head of the School of Education), Gergely Kajos, Katie Gathercole & Katharine Stapleford (Director of Student Education at the School of Education)

The Partnership Awards recognise staff and student successes across teaching, research and innovation, equality and inclusion, and wellbeing.

Seventeen smiling people gather together to pose for the camera in front of a large wall painting - a bird on a flowering tree against a teal background - in a decorated room with tiled mirrors and another painting of a bicycle parked below shutters.

As part of RESPONSE, a major international research project examining health systems responsiveness, SSP’s Dr Ana Manzano has co-authored a paper on maternal and mental health care in Vietnam.

Book cover. "Edited by Claire Chambers and Ipek Demir. Translation and Decolonisation: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Translation Politics and Society". Artwork: writing in three language scripts painted in white, green, teal onto wooden pallets.

A new collection will shine a spotlight on the potential for translation to be a driving force in decolonial resistance.