Inclusion and Accessibility

While TAG Deva delegates will not be enrolled as students or employed by the University of Chester, we wish to delegate to read and respect the University of Chester’s published Diversity and Equality policy.

See also our Guidelines for Session Organisers that aim to foster best practice in promoting inclusivity at TAG Deva.

We also embrace many of the recommendations of the Inclusive Archaeology project to foster diversity and accessibility.

Specific requirements

Please let us know if you have any specific needs, for example, information in alternative formats, or if you have any building access requirements. The earlier you can let us know, the easier it will be for us to help you: tag@chester.ac.uk

Session Rooms

All conference rooms and spaces are wheelchair accessible.

Quiet Space

The Department of History and Archaeology will be opening its hub area and mezzanine seating area on the second-floor of the Binks building as a quiet space during the conference.

Accommodation

If you have special requirements regarding accommodation (i.e. wheelchair access), please contact the University of Chester’s Conference Office: conferences@chester.ac.uk

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