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  • Employment | DESSA
    Equality Acts The Equality Authority published this guide to explain all of your employment equality rights Building an Inclusive Workplace A consultation paper looking at issues impacting upon the workplace and future developments including equality legislation and the meaning of a diverse workforce The Equality Authority 2004 Able To Work Including disabled people within the Services for the Unemployed Measure A report by ADM looking at issues of disability unemployment

    Original URL path: http://www.dessa.ie/resources/employment (2016-02-07)
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  • Equality | DESSA
    Programme Resources Publications Access Inside Out Play for All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Equality Submitted by Dessa Admin on Fri 14 06 2013 07 36 Guide to the Equal Status Acts Published by the Equality Authority this handy guide tells you all you need to know about the Equal Status Acts Guide to the Employment Equality Acts The Equality Authority published this guide to explain all of your employment equality rights The Challenge of the Equality Agenda to the Community Development Programme Case Studies and Pointers to Good Practice Includes an exploration of where disability issues and disabled people are placed within the Community Development Programme Community Technical Aid Encouraging Effective Targeting of Disability in the LDSIP This document provides an outline of some of the major issues and barriers relating to the effective targeting of disabled people within the LDSIP ADM Minority Ethnic People with Disabilities in Ireland A research study into the experiences and needs of minority ethnic people with disabilities The Equality Authority 2003 A Strategy For Equality Report of the Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities This report is an equality

    Original URL path: http://www.dessa.ie/resources/equality (2016-02-07)
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  • Inclusive Play & Childcare | DESSA
    This is a valuable and user friendly guide to support the design of inclusive childcare facilities The Centre for Universal Design College of Design North Carolina State University 2003 Why Should We Make All Playgrounds Accessible To Kids With Disabilities and Access To Play Areas These documents provide a context and information on inclusive play and accessible play spaces The National Centre on Accessibility US Sensory Design Information on creating landscapes that offer a wide range of sensory experiences to people with disabilities Sensory Trust 2003 Books for Children List compiled by Include Us Network South Dublin Special Stories by Kate Gaynor 2006 Pub Special Stories Dublin A Family for Sammy Foster Care Joe s Special Story Adoption The Lost Puppy Mobility The Bravest Girl in School Diabetes First Place Speech The Winner Asthma The Famous Hat Childhood Cancer The Giraffe Who Came to Dinner by Patrice Aggs 1999 The O Brien Press Dublin All Kinds of People a Lift the flap Book by Emma Damon 1995 Tango Books London All Kinds of Beliefs a Lift the flap Book by Emma Damon 2000 Tango Books London First Experiences by Anne Civardi 2001 Usborne Publishing London My Best Friend by Pat Hutchins 1995 Red Fox London We re Going on Lion Hunt by David Axtell 2000 Macmilan London Acker Backa Boo by Opal Dunn 2000 Frances Lincoln London Susan Laughs by Jeanne Willis Tony Ross 1999 Random House Children s Books London Nini at Carnival by Errol Lloyd 1995 Random House Children s Books London The Animal Boogie by Herbie Harter 2000 Barefoot Books U K Brother Eagle Sister Sky by Susan Jeffers 1991 Puffin U S What If by A H Benjamin Jane Chapman 1996 Blackwater Press Dublin Children s Books for Special Needs Family Life 2000 The National Children

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  • Research | DESSA
    A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Research Submitted by Dessa Admin on Fri 14 06 2013 07 39 Visualising Inclusion Summary Research Report on the Needs of People with Disabilities in Kerry A participatory research project which was carried out in conjunction with Nexus Research Cooperative Kerry Network of People with Disabilities December 2000 Public Attitudes To Disability In The Republic Of Ireland The survey results provide

    Original URL path: http://www.dessa.ie/resources/research (2016-02-07)
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  • Training Material | DESSA
    Programme Mainstreaming Participation Training Access Inside Out Accessible Facilities Disability Equality Proofing Disability Equality Training Programme Resources Publications Access Inside Out Play for All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Training Material Submitted by Dessa Admin on Fri 14 06 2013 07 40 Making Progress Together A tailor made disability equality training programme to develop individual skills and organisational

    Original URL path: http://www.dessa.ie/resources/training-material (2016-02-07)
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  • Transport | DESSA
    Mainstreaming Participation Training Access Inside Out Accessible Facilities Disability Equality Proofing Disability Equality Training Programme Resources Publications Access Inside Out Play for All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Transport Submitted by Dessa Admin on Fri 14 06 2013 07 41 Towards Best Practice in Provision of Transport Services for People with Disabilities This report presents research commissioned by

    Original URL path: http://www.dessa.ie/resources/transport (2016-02-07)
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  • Women | DESSA
    Contact Us Photo Gallery Women Submitted by Dessa Admin on Fri 14 06 2013 07 43 Responding To The Needs Of Disabled Women Who Experience Violence A record of a one day seminar targeting groups and organisations responding to violence against women and disability advocacy groups and activists Women s Aid and the National Disability Authority 2002 Responding To Violence Against Women With Disabilities A booklet based on dialogue between

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  • Foreword | DESSA
    access to community resources for people with disabilities Disabled people are recognised to be one of the most disadvantaged groups within our society and continue to experience considerable barriers in accessing and participating in social life This is due in part to an unfriendly and inaccessible built environment People s accessibility to their surroundings is central to their active participation in society and is a required condition of quality of life The RIAI is committed to promoting a barrier free built environment and integral accessibility Through the work of our task force on accessibility and inclusive design we provide information to architects on best practice in incorporating these principles into their project In addition we make regular submissions to government on the potential initiatives to improve accessibility in all aspects of Irish society I would like to congratulate DESSA on creating a comprehensive resource for the community and voluntary sector which I am sure will enable community projects to take a more active role in advancing accessibility issues Anthony Reddy President RIAI An Introduction to DESSA Established in 2001 DESSA the Disability Equality Specialist Support Agency is a national support agency working with community development organisations DESSA s purpose is to promote the active participation of people with disabilities within their local communities through their involvement in community development organisations and activities Community development organisations such as Community Development Projects CDPs and Family Resource Centres FRCs play a vital role in ensuring the inclusion of vulnerable groups and individuals who experience marginalisation in Irish society It is DESSA s mission to support such organisations in challenging the barriers that prevent the inclusion and participation of disabled people through the provision of training and technical support An accessible barrier free environment is the first step in fulfilling the right of people

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