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Accessible NUIG Events 29-31st Oct 2019

News & Events

Accessible NUI Galway  / OÉ Gaillimh Inrochtana

Tuesday 29th October / Dé Máirt an 29 Deireadh Fómhair

  • 11am-2pm: Know Your Rights in Hub Central. Drop in and chat about rights in the workplace, college, and public life.
  • 6.30pm: Disability and Emergency in the D’arcy Thompson Theatre. Join Emergency Medicine Soc for a talk on best practice in emergency situations

Wednesday 30th October / Dé Céadaoin an 30 Deireadh Fómhair

  • All day: The Social Aspect of Disability – an online campaign around the impact inaccessibility has on social life and social connections

Thursday 31st October / Déardaoin an 31 Deireadh Fómhair

  • All day: What Is an Accessible Campus? Online/in various locations. Keep up with us on the SU social media platforms to tell us and the University what an accessible campus is to you
  • 6pm-8pm Murder Mystery with ISL, location TBC. Join the Irish Sign Language Society for their Halloween event with games and refreshments.

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Equality Week 2017

News & Events

Foireann Comhionannais Chomhaltas na Mac Léinn, OÉ Gaillimh


Equality Week Events

Tuesday 21st February/Dé Máirt an 21 Feabhra

All Day: Tompax (time of the month packs): Free pads, tampons, and chocolate across campus.

6pm-8pm: Amnesty Society panel discussion on Repealing the 8th Amendment in IT125.

Wednesday 22nd February/Dé Céadaoin an 22 Feabhra

2pm-4pm: Accessibility Audit of the campus with ESN. We’ll be doing a walk around campus to identify things that should be changed; both physically and in terms of facilities, that could improve the campus for Students with Disabilities.

Thursday 23rd February/Déardaoin an 23 Feabhra

All Day: Tompax (time of the month packs): Free pads, tampons, and chocolate across campus

11am-1pm ICTU Stand at Smokey’s Café

1pm-2pm Do you work?  Do you feel that your rights are infringed? Come to the D’arcy Thompson Theatre! We have a wide range of speakers from Employment Relation representatives who will inform us of our rights.

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