The National Disability Authority (NDA) holds an annual Listening Session to hear the views of disabled people on a particular topic. We invite people with disabilities and other interested parties to attend our 2023 virtual session that will explore issues and themes around raising awareness of disability.
Two guest speakers will share their experiences and insights on the theme and this will be followed by breakout discussion sessions.
A summary of the discussions will be used to inform NDA’s work and the development of a new UNCRPD Implementation Strategy during 2023 by the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth.
Date: Thursday 25th May 2023
Time: 12.30 to 14.45
Sign up here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7GJC2G2
The running order of this Webinar is as follows:
- 12:30-12:35 Welcome by Kathryn O’Donoghue, NDA Chairperson
- 12:35-12:40 Introduction by chair, Dr. Aideen Hartney, NDA Director
- 12:40-12:50 Adam Harris, AsIAm
- 12:50-13:00 Paula Soroghan, Independent Living Movement Ireland
- 13:00-13:25 Question and Answer session
- 13:25-13:35 Break
- 13:35-14:30 Discussion in breakout rooms
- 14:30-14:45 Feedback session and closing remarks
Irish Sign Language interpretation and real-time captioning will be available for those attending. The registration form will allow you to indicate any further accessibility requirements you may have.
Zoom links for all registered attendees will follow in the coming weeks.
There is no charge for this event.
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