A checklist for clubs and societies that aims to make Trinity a more inclusive environment for students with disabilities.
Our strategy is to provide inclusion training for both staff and students and to grow our social media presence to highlight the importance of disability inclusion
Trinity Ability co_op’s submission to the SUSI review 2021.
Harry O’Brien interviews Bev Genockey and Dan O’Reilly, the education candidates for the TCDSU elections.
Harry O’Brien interviews Dylan Krug and Sierra Muller-Owens, the Welfare Candidates for this years TCDSU election.
Harry O’Brien from the Trinity Ability Co_op interviews the candidates for the TCDSU elections. (Read the transcript below!) Transcript Harry O’Brien 0:00 The ability Co Op is one of the largest student activism groups in the country, promoting awareness and advocating for policy changes to make Trinity campus an inclusive environment for students with disabilities….
The Trinity Ability Co_op presented our ‘Towards Inclusive Societies, Clubs, Student Unions and Publications’ Project to the Equality Committee this morning. We are very happy to have their support on this project that will ensure inclusion and accessibility in student organisations! This project is funded by the Trinity Trust. We will share more updates on…
It’s #TimeToTalkDay and we want to highlight the Power of Small. Small conversations about mental health can help to break down the stigma around mental health and make a big difference. Members of the Trinity Ability Co_op had an open and honest conversation about mental health and wellbeing. Listen to the full podcast below! This podcast episode is also available as a transcript: