Independent Living Movement Ireland: A Guide to the Law in Ireland in relation to Disability – 10 December

Date: 10 December 2018

Time: 11:00

Venue: Free Legal Advice Centres, 85-86 Upper Dorset Street, Dublin 1

Independent Living Movement Ireland’s (ILMI) new strategic plan sets an ambitious set of objectives to bring about change for disabled people across Ireland and to build an Ireland where disabled people are empowered to live Independent Lives with control, choice and options.  One of its core strategic aims is the promotion of equality and accessing human rights. Over the course of this plan ILMI’s work will be grounded in equality and a rights-based approach, working towards an inclusive Irish Society. 

Anna O Duffy has written an ILMI Disability Guide to the Law which clearly informs disabled people about their rights, the laws that relate to disabled people and what disabled people can do if they believe their rights have been violated. 

This document will be launched at the offices of the Free Legal Advice Centres (FLAC) on Dorset Street. There will be inputs from disability activists, author Anna O Duffy and Eilis Barry, CEO of FLAC.

To book a place, email or phone 01 873 04 55



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