Registration is now open for this year’s Annual General Meeting and Members’ Event. Sessions will take place over two days, the 29th November and 1st December 2021, virtually. All sessions are free to attend.
To view the full schedule of sessions and register, visit the new 2021 AGM website:
The website also contains a wonderful members’ creative exhibition, full of artwork by the network.
AGM & Members’ Event overview
The AGM & Members Event will begin with an opening keynote talk from Rai Waddingham on ‘Mad Knowledge as an Act of Resistance’ before the AGM Business Meeting where members’ voting results on formal matters will be presented and there will be a Q&A.
Over the two days, there is a mix of panels and discussion sessions, including a focus on topics such as “lived experience leadership” (with Tamar Jeynes, Stan Papoulia and Bethan Edwards), “care as resistance” (with Sabah Choudrey, Shon Faye, and Harry Josephine Giles), a panel discussion with the Survivor Researcher Network, and much more.
The event will finish with a closing keynote talk from Farzana Khan on the role of transformative justice in democratising our health provisions, and what liberation-centred health could look like.
Places are limited, but most sessions will also be livestreamed from our YouTube channel.
This event is for members of NSUN – you can sign up for free here if you are not already a member before registering for the sessions of your choice from our programme. You can attend as much or as little as you’d like.
Members will receive AGM papers soon (regardless of whether you sign up for the event) with details of online voting. Voting results will be presented on the morning of day 1 at the AGM Business Meeting session.