Media Cuttings Thursday 27th June 2024

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Disability in the media

These are daily media cuttings provided by DFI which highlight articles of interest or relevance carried in the print, broadcast and online media.

Please find below today’s stories:

Care of staff at Cavan disability centre described as ‘person-centred’ | NorthernSound

Anti-epilepsy drug inquiry to be set up ‘within weeks’ (

Families affected by Epilim want inquiry to tell them when risks were first known (

Lawyers invited to join Disability Pride brunch and parade | Irish Legal News

Rules ‘force disabled woman to choose love or benefits’ (

Against All Odds: A Refugee Family’s Journey Through Disability | UNICEF

Sports event for adults with disabilities to take place this weekend | Impartial Reporter

Prof. Mac MacLachlan part of Irish Delegation this week at the UN to discuss their work on disability inclusion and priorities for #COSP17. | Maynooth University

What Participating in the UN Disabilities Conference Taught me | Human Rights Watch (

Disability shouldn’t be a ‘boutique interest’ for the Church, experts say | Crux (

My Daughter Has a Disability. This Is the Reaction I Hate the Most (

Conscious Conversations: Who is Responsible for Disability Awareness and Actions Towards a More Inclusive Society? – Antigua Observer Newspaper

Kilkenny child who never complained once despite life-threatening illness was ‘one in a billion’ | Irish Independent

Watchdog finds two-tier system operating in Ireland’s mental health services ( DFI member Mental Health Reform

Disability inclusion: 22 billion reasons for you to act | PR Week

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