Dear Family Members and Friends,
The first Connect Family Network Information talk of 2021, on the UN Convention on Rights of People with Disabilities, will be on Wednesday 24th February 2021 at 11am. The UNCRPD information talk, presented by Guillaume Jacquinot and Barry Lynch of Inclusion Ireland, will be online via Zoom.
This year Ireland’s progress under the Convention on Rights of People with Disabilities will be reviewed by the UN. The talk is an introduction to the convention and will include how you or a family member you support can be part the 2021 review of Ireland’s progress so far.
The event flyer is attached for your information.
Please share this email and the flyer with anyone you think may be interested to attend. All are welcome.
Information on the United Nations Convention on Rights of People with Disabilities is available on our UNCRPD Webpage.
UK organisation Inclusion London have produced a easy to read guides on how to use Zoom. These useful step by step guides can be downloaded by clicking on the text below.
- How to join a Zoom meeting with a laptop or computer
- How to join a Zoom meeting with a phone or tablet.
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