[Irl-dean] UN e-accessibility day in December.

Frank Mulcahy fmulcahy at iol.ie
Tue Sep 26 09:43:11 IST 2006

Hi Hugh,

Just for clarification.  3rd December each year is the International Day of 
Disabled Persons as agreed by the UN.  This year the UN has decided that the 
theme for the day is e-accessibility.  The 3rd December is on a Sunday so 
perhaps people can see if it would be better to attempt to get coverage of 
any activities by moving the event to Monday rather than celebrate it on the 

Best wishes,


Frank Mulcahy,
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Sent: Monday, September 25, 2006 1:53 PM
Subject: [Irl-dean] UN e-accessibility day in December.

Hi everyone,

Thanks to everyone who attended the seminar, and thanks again to our 
speakers Sorcha, Donal and Pier Luigi. Please find attached minutes from the 
discussions we held afterwards. Presentations from the seminar are available 
Any problems with the formats of the presentations, please let me know, and 
corrections or updates to the minutes are welcomed.

Following on from that meeting, we were discussing the possibilities for 
using the UN 'e-accessibilitity day' to promote design for all.
One of the ideas agreed on at the meeting was an event to focus upon 
design-for-all within education. This will allow us to have a very focused 
event, and hopefully have a  very practical impact with what we do. Barry 
McMullin volunteered to host the event in DCU.

For those interested in getting involved, there will be a meeting in DCU at 
3.30 on Monday the 2nd of October, in the Research and Engineering Centre 
(the building straight in front of you if you enter by the Collins road 
entrance). We'll meet in the atrium.

All the best,

Hugh O'Neill
Project Co-ordinator,
Central Remedial Clinic.

ph: +353 1 8057587
email:honeill at crc.ie

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