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Echo’s Bones Call For Participants Aged 15-21

Are you an autistic young person aged 15-21 living in north Dublin and interested in creative writing, acting, or filmmaking? Echo’s Bones is an ambitious, collaborative project to produce a short film with a group of autistic young people in North Dublin. Their starting point will be to respond to short stories by Samuel Beckett, …

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Medb Lambert: What I Don’t Know About Autism

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Medb Lambert, head of design for What I (Don’t) Know About Autism. Medb is well versed in this arena, working as the head of Equinox, an inclusive theatre company within KCat. Media pieces often observe autism visualise it as children separated behind glass or imagery that …

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Special Interest: Melissa Mooney- The Sixties

    Mods, moptops and miniskirts. JFK, Woodstock and the moon landing. My passion for all things to do with the ‘60s, a decade of which even my parents’ generation were too young to have any memory, is as broad and all-encompassing as they come. So, how did a ‘90s kid like me come to …

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Our Work With Playstival

We at AsIAm can’t wait for Playstival in three days time. Having worked with them since January we’re very excited to see our collaboration come to life! Here is All You Need to Know About The Weekend It will take place from Saturday 10th to Sunday 11th, 9-6 both days in Airfield Estate, Dundrum. The festival will …

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Our Week Online – 7/7/2019

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Hello, and welcome to Our Week Online. This edition will be the last news roundup on AsIAm.ie, at least in this format. Thank you for reading, and we hope you enjoyed the stories shared each week for the past nine months. If you enjoyed Our Week Online, please let us know.  Researchers of a recent …

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Our Week Online – 30/6/2019

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Welcome to Our Week Online, where we read the internet so you don’t have to! A disability centre in Dublin has been sanctioned by HIQA after finding that “high-risk issues” were not being adequately addressed. Legislation for a pilot medical cannabis programme was signed by the Minister of Health this week. The aim of the …

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Our Week Online – 16/6/2019

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Welcome to Our Week Online, and what a wet week it’s been.  Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride has announced a number of new accessibility initiatives to make the Pride parade on June 29th more inclusive. They include a quiet area in Merrion Square’s Pride Village, a second assembly point for people who would like to participate in …

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Our Week Online – 1/6/2019

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Welcome to Our Week Online. This is a bumper edition for the bank holiday – sit back and enjoy. Last week Ireland held local and European elections and another referendum. However, for blind and visually impaired people, voting was cumbersome, time-consuming, and even risky. In the UK, an autistic senior analyst has successfully won a …

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