By Kevin Hanly, National Learning Network. I am beginning to feel that I am on the right path and more importantly it’s the one that I want to be on.
Don't Tell Me, Show Me was written and produced by Michael Gannon, an adult with Down Syndrome, as part of his Media Studies course in Maynooth University, Ireland
Amina Moustafa from Sports Against Racism Ireland (SARI) shares her experience of one such training course in Cyprus.
Tony Geudens & Marija Kljajic, SALTO Inclusion explain how Erasmus+ Youth activities can support refugees and those who work with them. The article outlines some refugees’ needs and how various funded activities in Erasmus+ can help.
Alex O'Mahony, a primary school learning support teacher at Holy Spirit Boys’ National School in Ballymun, Dublin shares his job shadowing experience at a school in Berlin where he looked at ways of integrating refugee children
Tandem Project is an initiative that matches NGOs with refugees and asylum seekers that want to do a 2 weeks-voluntary service in Brussels
On World Cerebral Palsy Day, Jane Fennessy reflects about her life with CP.
Aine McDonnell describes challenges a person living with a disability in rural Ireland may encounter when trying to access services in their communities.
Gina Lu shares her thoughts and feelings around Valentines Day... how having a disability makes it more difficult to find a relationship.
All over the continent, too many people, communities and societies still suffer from the injustice and stigma that racism brings. What can you do?