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Ability not Disability

I am a 16-year-old Transition Year (TY) Irish student living in Cork. This blogpost is going to highlight some of the obstacles I’ve overcome in recent years as a young person with a visual impairment. National Council Achievement In April of this year 2021, I had a discussion with my youth worker around advocating for young people in youth...

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December 5th, 1921

September

Important dates for the month of SeptemberSeptember6th          Labor Day7th          Rosh Hashanah11th        International Day of Democracy16th       Mexican Independence Day21st  &n...

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September 1st, 2021

Mentoring Confidence

With more emphasis on workplace #Wellbeing and self-improvement, companies are investing in development opportunities for their 

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September 13th, 2021

Universal Design

Universal design is the "design" of #products and #env...

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January 5th, 2021

Working Age Forum

Absolutely delighted to be a part of the first Working Age Forum for #Blind and 

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April 2nd, 2021

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Happier at Work Podcast

Delighted to be on the podcast.  I hope you enjoy the listen. #WorkPlace #Disability #Inclusion #Diversity https://soundcloud.com/aoife_ob/053-clare-kennelly-on-workplace-disability-inclusion  

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March 26th, 2021

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I am a Stigma Free Head

Very proud to be a #MentalHealth advocate with 

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March 26th, 2021

Don't assume!

Here is a contribution by a 16-year old Transition Year Irish student with vision impairment.   Many people are surprised to hear I am vision impaired when they see all my achievements. I have heard more and more in my life “you can't be visually impaired-you did this or you did that”. Well, I’m going to put the facts straight here...

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January 5th, 2021

My experience with vision impairment  

My experience with vision impairment     My name is Tadhg and I’m 16. I’m a transition year student in County Meath, Ireland and I have albinism. This means that my eyes are a pale blueish-grey colour, I find it difficult to see things like words or figures in the distance or even facial features.  My skin is very pale and my hair...

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November 4th, 2020

Extra time is NOT Universal Design

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6726830242025017344/ Recently, many #graduates with varying 

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November 1st, 2020

Cork Digital Marketing Awards 2020

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ACoAAAQLyMMBm14ogREf5zGOZ_cGnhRvDqgwn5k?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_detail_base%3BUn0RRbh3S%2FCYJz%2FtmNyKLg%3D%3D

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September 2nd, 2020

Explore the importance of Disability Inclusion to you organisation

Looking forward to delivering at REPUBLIC OF WORK again. I am delighted to collaborate with 

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September 1st, 2020

Covid19- Creating more inclusive workplaces

https://wecanaccess.com/covid-19-creating-more-inclusive-workplaces/ Greetings from Cork I was delighted when Emma asked me to contribute to the blog as I am a big fan of what We Can Access are doing.  I am based in Cork, Ireland, so the infrastructure around disability differs somewhat from that of the UK.  However, many...

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April 20th, 2020

Tools for job ads

Here is an article outlining the tools available on the market to #TalentAcquisition teams #recruiters #HR departments.I hope you find useful. #disability #gender #age #BAME https://blog.ongig.com/writing-job-descriptions/augmented-writing-tools/

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April 7th, 2020

Is your business disability confident?

https://www.republicofwork.com/upcoming/2019/11/20/is-your-business-disability-confident

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February 2nd, 2020