Josephine Davidoff

Josephine Davidoff is a proudly neurodivergent (Autistic and ADHD) disability activist from the UK. She has personal experience of fighting for equal rights in the workplace including for disability adjustments and brings a wide background of insights and lived experiences, including for disabled individuals who are often overlooked, such as women, LGBTQ+, people of colour and those with invisible (‘hidden’) disabilities.

She currently works in Income Generation for Ambitious About Autism, a UK charity working to support and empower autistic young people and children, in a range of settings, including providing disability confident employment and development opportunities.
She is currently training her ex-racing rescue Greyhound, Ralphie as an Autism and Psychiatric Assistance Dog for her disabilities. At the DialoguePerspectives Autumn Seminar 2022, she will be one of our panelists.
˝The DialoguePerspective programme has created a unique platform for discourse and debate on a wide range of topics that have significance for the EU currently and in its future. DialoguePerspectives offers the opportunity to share, learn and explore as a community, questions that are relevant to our identity and the diversity of Europe. I highly recommend the programme.

Santhi, DialoguePerspectives participant