Ireland

The independent self-advocacy organisation announced they will be closing its doors due to a lack of state funding. Inclusion Europe strongly opposes this development.
More
More
Currently, the United Nations is reviewing Ireland’s conformity to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. When it comes to the whole range of human rights, Ireland, such as most other countries, is bound by the Covenant.
More
Inclusion Ireland has called for robust and independent investigations following the release of shocking footage at the public-funded Áras Attracta, a care centre located in Mayo, Ireland.
More
The 1993 Criminal Law Act in Ireland criminalises sexual relations with people with intellectual disabilities outside of marriage. Inclusion Europe member Inclusion Ireland has called for this law to be changed so that it takes into account relationships for people with intellectual disabilities.
More
Inclusion Europe member organization Inclusion Ireland and Down Syndrome Ireland have announced their plans to host a stage production of ‘Sanctuary’ as part of their agenda to mark this year’s United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which falls on 3 December.
More
The number of people with intellectual disabilities using the internet in Ireland has increased by three per cent in three years according to a study released this week.
More
As a person with a disability living in Ireland, you are twice as likely to experience living in poverty, a charity report has warned this week.
More
Search
Archives
back-to-top