Laurence Parent Wins the Tanis Doe Award!

We are pleased to announce that Laurence Parent won the Tanis Doe Award from the Canadian Disability Studies Association. This award honours an individual who dares to “speak the unspeakable” in advancing the study and culture of disability, and who has enriched the lives of Canadians with disabilities through research, teaching, or activism.

To learn more about Laurence’s story, click here.

To read an interview with Laurence where she talks about the award and her work with Quebec Accessible, click here.

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