Inclusion Ireland provides a central forum for its members to identify priorities and formulate nationally agreed policies to present to government, statutory bodies, other relevant groups as well as the general public. Inclusion Ireland campaigns for changes in services and legislation that will improve the quality of life and participation of people with an intellectual disability in Irish Society. In addition to this central role, Inclusion Ireland:
● Promotes Advocacy for people with an intellectual disability, particularly self-advocacy;
● Provides an information and advice service by phone, post and through its website;
● Publishes information leaflets/booklets;
● Publishes a quarterly newsletter;
● Organises seminars and conferences on intellectual disability;
● Gives information & training talks to a range of groups;
● Represents the intellectual disability sector in Ireland at an international level by its membership of Inclusion International & Inclusion Europe;
● Promotes research into intellectual disability.
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