International Day of Disabled People Birmingham poster, 2004
This poster is publicising an event celebrating International Day of Disabled People (IDDP) in Birmingham in 2004. The International Day of Disabled People is on 3 December every year. It's official name is the United Nations Day of People with Disabilities.
The poster was donated by Tom Commerford.
Red poster from International Day of Disabled People in Birmingham in 2004 in portrait orientation. It has a red background with black and white text. The only image is a white circle with a rainbow streak going through it, which is behind the IDPP logo in the top right corner.
The text reads:
Top right: IDDP 04 International Day of Disabled People
Top left: This year's theme: ACCESS. Friday 3 December Centennial Centre, 100 Icknield Port Road, Edgbaston. Everyone welcome.
Text on the left side:
Programme includes: Coalition of Disabled People Birmingham, Annual General Meeting, Screening of Proud to be Disabled, Presentation on Community Strategy. Workshops led by: Jenny Poyner, Disablility [spelling mistake is on the poster] Access Charter; Irene Wright, Birmingham Access Committee; Ju Gosling, Wheels on Fire; Geoff Mills, Birmingham City Council Library Services; Pete Millington, Disability West Midlands; Tom Comerford, Coalition of Disabled People. Entertainment includes: Ju Gosling - Wheels on Fire; Side by Side (Dance); Jackie Christiani (Poetry and Song); Sé Teen Trio (Music); Steve Day (Comedian); Robin Surgeoner (Singer); Disco/Social.
Bottom of poster: "Let us celebrate difference with pride."