If you have either personal or professional experience of legal capacity and want to get involved in our exciting new project now is your chance! We are looking for storytellers and respondents to participate in our research on legal capacity and law reform and attend the project’s first workshop in Galway on the 27th and … Continue reading Application Forms now available!
We are thrilled to announce that the opening conference has SOLD OUT! With almost a month until the event we have reached our full capacity and started a waiting list. The opening conference is designed to give people a sense of the project and more information about participating, prior to the first workshop on the … Continue reading Opening Conference SOLD OUT!
Alice Wong founder of the Disability Visibility Project declares her support for the VOICES project in the clip below. "An amazing opportunity that recognises the value and expertise of lived experience" The Disability Visibility Project is an online community dedicated to recording, amplifying, and sharing disability stories. To date the project has collected over … Continue reading Disability Visibility Project declares support for VOICES
“Don't leave your dreams to someone else. You have the right to choose your support and where you live” Yesterday (17th November 2015) the VOICES team attended the launch of the Our Homes Report by the Inclusive Research Network (IRN). The IRN is made up of a group of self-advocates with an Intellectual Disability who carry … Continue reading Our Homes Report: The right to choose your support and your home
The VOICES project is holding it’s kick off conference on the 26th of February 2016 in Dublin and we want you to get involved! We are looking for people with disabilities to take part in the conference, on the 26th of February 2016, by sharing their stories of exercising their legal capacity. Participants are asked to … Continue reading Call for participants VOICES Kick off Conference
For our first blog post, we are looking at an exciting innovation for supported decision making from Australia which popped up in our Twitter feed. Based on the belief that everybody has the ability to make their own decisions and that we all need support from time to time Advocacy for Inclusion has launched the … Continue reading Innovative Technology and Supported Decision Making – #SDMApp