“International Day of People with Disabilities” event!
Inclusion Ireland self-advocacy committee celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3rd December by calling to: ‘Change the law on relationships for people with disabilities - we have a right to have intimate relationships’ At 11.30 am in Liberty Hall Theatre, Eden Quay, Dublin 1 the self-advocacy committee will present their views on why the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act, 1993 must change. Ger Minogue and Brian Hogan from the Inclusive Research Network will talk about a chapter they wrote with Kelley Johnson called "I would have broken the law many times" in a book published by Jessica Kingsley – ‘Sexuality and Relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disability - Standing in my shoes". At 12pm the play SANCTUARY will perform. This play highlights the extraordinary obstacles people with disabilities have to overcome to enjoy intimate relationships. Phone Inclusion Ireland for more information on 01 855 9891 You can book a place for the presentation and the play by clicking here.