Visionary campaign opens doors to students with intellectual disability

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Irish Examiner |

Excerpt: Fergus Finlay writes, “In the early 1990s, a long time ago, two women decided to pay a visit to Trinity College in Dublin. Neither of them had been a student there, but it seemed a logical choice because at the time there was some publicity about the college’s attitude to access. The women had one simple question to ask: if you believe in access, what about access for students with an intellectual disability?” Click here to read the full article: Visionary campaign opens doors to students with intellectual disability

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Human Rights & Reconciliation

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Republic of Ireland

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