SAVE THE DATE – NDA Annual Conference 2024, Thursday 24th October, 9.30-4.15pm

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Theme: Promoting the participation of disabled people in cultural life, recreation, leisure and sport in Ireland – UNCRPD Article 30
When: Thursday 24th October 2024, 9:30am – 16.15pm
Where: This will be a blended event with the physical venue at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin and online participation also available
Cost: Free of charge


This year’s event will examine Article 30 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) in Ireland, which focuses on the participation of disabled people in cultural life, recreation, leisure and sport.

The event will bring together disabled people and their representative organisations, public officials and academics in order to discuss barriers faced by disabled people and proposed solutions. It will also examine international practices and European Union developments relevant to this theme, including learning from other countries which could inform potential solutions to address the challenges and barriers faced.

The conference will be of interest to:

  • policy makers
  • public sector officials
  • local authority officials
  • Disabled Persons Organisations and other disability organisations
  • individuals with disabilities and their families.


Please note, this is not an invitation, you will receive an invitation to register for the conference at a later date.

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