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Outstanding achievements to be recognised at national awards ceremony
Minister presented with three-year strategy
New National Executive elected at AGM
International day promotes disability awareness
National 'conversation on disability' for December
IASE launches new blog
Time to renew your IASE membership
Taking part in Job Shadow Day?
Irishjobs.ie editor speaking on the central meaning of work
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Outstanding achievements to be recognised at national awards ceremony


The outstanding achievements of employers, employees and disability services in promoting inclusion in Irish workplaces will be recognised at a special awards ceremony tomorrow.

The ceremony takes place in historic City Hall, Dublin - a fittingly prestigious venue in which to honour the 'champions of supported employment' for 2013.

Award categories include Employee of the Year, Employer of the Year, Supported Employment Service of the Year and Outstanding Achievement.
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Minister presented with three-year strategy
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Photo: Minister of State Kathleen Lynch with Greg Barry, IASE national executive, and Sarah Togher, IASE national coordinator.

Minister of State with responsibility for Disability, Older People, Equality and Mental Health, Kathleen Lynch TD, was presented with the IASE's new three-year strategy recently at the Red Cow Moran Hotel.

Minister Lynch performed the official launch of the strategy, which she described as a 'challenging but achievable' three-year road map for the organisation.


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New National Executive elected at AGM


A new National Executive for the IASE was elected at the association's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on November 14.

The 14 person executive has a range of responsibilities including agreeing the objectives and a programme of work for the IASE and making and implementing policy decisions.

The 14 people who make up the executive are: Teresa Mallon; Stephen MacWhite; Greg Barry; Dermot Cunningham; Peter Furlong; Marian Hennessy; David Muldoon; Eithne Jarrett; Ann Marie Healy; Hugh Cassidy; Colleen Mullaney; Heather Nesbitt; Regina Scally; and Rico Biriah.

More details on the new executive committee will be posted on the IASE website shortly.
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International day promotes disability awareness


December 3 is the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disability (IDPwD).

The day is set aside each year by the UN to promote understanding around disability and encourage support at an international level for the dignity, rights and well-being of people with disabilities.  

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National 'conversation on disability' for December


Social enterprise Kanchi, which promotes inclusive business, is launching a national campaign to 'Start the Conversation' on disability this December.

The organisation is offering free training to the business community and the general public in a bid to remove some of the common fears about 'causing offence' or 'saying the wrong thing' when it comes to disability.
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IASE launches new blog


The IASE has launched a new blog!

The new blog will focus on issues relating to ability, inclusion and employment in Ireland.

We will be posting news and articles about supported employment in Ireland, information for employers, jobseekers with disabilities, disability service providers and issues relating to policy in the area of disability and employment in Ireland.

We hope you enjoy the blog, our weekly updates and subscribe to keep up-to-date with all of our posts. Visit the blog here.

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Time to renew your IASE membership


The IASE is now taking new applications for IASE membership and renewal of membership for 2014.

Join the hundreds of employers, employees, jobseekers and disability services who are working together for inclusive workplaces in Ireland through supported employment.

There are many reason to become a member of our association.

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Taking part in Job Shadow Day?
Contact the IASE to receive early promotional material


Is your organisation participating in Job Shadow Day on April 9, 2014?

If the answer is yes, and you would like some material, including posters and brochures, to begin promoting the day in your community, please let us know and we will send it on.

You can read more on Job Shadow Day 2014 here.

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Irishjobs.ie editor speaking on the central meaning of work
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We like this short video of Marie Reilly, content editor with Ireland's leading recruitment website and media partner for Job Shadow Day 2014, speaking on the central meaning and importance of work in all of our lives.
Watch the full video here.



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