To celebrate the  21st anniversary, the UCD Centre for Disability Studies is delighted to host their annual Discussions in Disability seminar on the topic of Disability and Ethnic Minority. They will be joined by numerous stakeholders in the field including Cairde, Disability Federation of Ireland, Economic and Social Research Institute, Health Service Executive, Immigration Council of Ireland, Inclusion Ireland, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, Irish Traveller Community, National Disability Authority, New Communities Partnership , Migrant And Miniority Disability Network, Vickie Robert Hospitality Foundation For Disabilities Uk and Trinity College Dublin.  

The UCD Centre for Disability Studies is delighted to announce its 2017 Discussions in Disability summer event.

Theme: Disability and Ethnic Minority.

Date: Friday 28th July 2017

Time: 09.15 to 15.30

Venue: George Moore Auditorium, UCD O’Brien Centre for Science, Belfield, Dublin 4 (building 67 click here to access map).

 This seminar aims to provide a forum for discussion and networking among all those interested in supporting individuals from ethnic minorities who have disabilities. We encourage full audience participation at our discussions. 

Details of registration can be accessed here Information on commuting and parking facilities is available here

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