Accessibility Consultant, Writer, and Facilitator
Bára is passionate about creating accessible spaces. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Literature and Communications from University of British Columbia and has worked on accessibility projects nationally and internationally. Her expertise includes digital accessibility, event accessibility, employment accessibility, anti-oppressive organizing, human rights reporting, disability advocacy, public speaking and facilitation.
She previously was Communications Officer at Disabled Women’s Network, coordinating the accessibility of digital publications and events. She is the Managing Editor of Theta Wave Magazine, a digital multimedia literary arts publication, and has hosted several readings and events. She has worked as Accessibility Consultant for several artist projects, publications and events.
Accessibility consultations may be 1 hour long, several sessions, or a group presentation or workshop on any topic relating to accessibility. Every space deserves the time, expertise, and attention to make it safe and accessible for everyone. Please get in touch for any inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org
BC Labour Union
HUMAN RIGHTS & ACCESS
Department of Justice Canada
POETICS OF LISTENING
Access to Care
Displacement of Disabled Voices
Institutional Burden Politics
GET IN TOUCH
Bára is always available for consultations, collaborations and talks worldwide. If you want to chat about accessibility, books, facilitation, or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out.
SEMINAR: On Disability and Migration, Columbia College 2020