CRC Erasmus+ Projects

Project 1
The Right to Decide: Phase 1
Making Equality the Policy
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Project 2
The Right to Decide: Phase 2
Making Equality the Policy
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Project 3
Levelling the Playing Field:
Wayfinding & dialogue in the local community using digital tools.
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Project 1

2018-2019

The Right to Decide: Phase 1
Making Equality the Policy

In June 2018, we began our Erasmus+ Youth Dialogue project called ‘The Rights to Decide – Making Equality Our Policy’.
CRC Erasmus+ Activity on Human Rights held in Croke Park, October 2019.

The Right to Decide: Phase 1
Making Equality the Policy

In June 2018, we began our Erasmus+ Youth Dialogue project called ‘The Rights to Decide – Making Equality Our Policy’.

The project came about after Ireland was the last country in Europe to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

The project consisted of advocacy workshops and meetings with local decision makers.

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Project 2

2019-2021

The Right to Decide: Phase 2
Making Equality the Policy

With the launch of Phase 2 in October 2019, we continued to build on the success with the goals achieved from Phase 1 of our Erasmus+ Youth Dialogue project called ‘The Right to Decide – Making Equality Our Policy’
Safeguarding Workshop held in Clontarf Castle Hotel, February 2020.

The Right to Decide: Phase 2
Making Equality the Policy

The ‘Rights to Decide – Phase 2: Making Equality Your Policy’ (R2D2) project is an innovative extension of structured dialogue between young people with a physical and intellectual disability (ID) and policy and decision makers instigated by the Rights to Decide Project (Phase 1) which commenced in 2018.

This is a youth designed, youth organized, and youth led project. R2D2 will enable young people with disabilities to become leaders in advocacy for human rights for persons with disabilities and engagement with local and national policy.

It is envisaged that the starting of this dialogue led process will, in turn, support young people to sustain that change on both a personal and political level into the future.

Theme: Human Rights

Date: 8th October 2019

Location: Cusack Suite, Croke Park

Theme: Empowerment Workshop

Date: 1oth December 2019

Location: Croke Park

Theme: Safeguarding Workshop

Date: 11th February 2020

Location: Great Hall, Clontarf Castle Hotel

 

*CANCELLED DUE TO COVID* Activity 4

Theme: What They Should Have Taught Us in School!

Date: 7th April 2020

Location: Clontarf Castle Hotel

Theme: The Affect of Covid on People with Disabilities

Date: 6th October 2020

Location: Virtual/CRC T&DC

Link: The Affect of Covid on People with Disabilities

Theme: What they should have taught us in school!

Date: 3rd December 2020 

Location: Virtual / CRC T&DC

Link: What they should have taught us in school!

Theme: Wellbeing Day

Date: 19th January 2021

Location: Virtual/CRC T&DC

Link: Wellbeing Day

Equality Conference

Theme: Making Equality Our Policy

Date: 16th February 2021

Location: Virtual / CRC T&DC

Link: Equality Conference

Theme: Wrap-up to go forward

Date: 16th March 2021

Location: Virtual / CRC T&DC

Project 3

2021-2022

Levelling the Playing Field:
Wayfinding & dialogue in the local community using digital tools.

Commencing in April 2021, in this Erasmus+ Project you will learn learn how to use technology to access the internet, and access your local community.

Levelling the Playing Field:
Wayfinding & dialogue in the local community using digital tools.

This project has been conceived to bring together two needs that exist for CRC clients: the need to learn how to use technology to access the internet, and the need to orient themselves in their local community to become active citizens.

These aims come together to advance an ongoing objective of the CRC: ensuring that the voices of people with disabilities are heard in the community, in a dialogue with local stakeholders and decision makers.

In order to effectively engage in this dialogue, CRC clients must be able to effectively access the appropriate venues and locations both online and in the community.

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Project 1

The Right to Decide: Phase 1
- Making Equality Our Policy

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