The Unique: A Disabled Perspective Exhibition was launched by Provost Linda Doyle on the 28th of November 2022 as part of Disability Week. This exhibition showcased the art and poetry of students with disabilities in Trinity and was a collaboration… Continue Reading →
Unique: A Disabled Perspective (our art and poetry exhibition, in collaboration with the SU) will be taking place on Tuesday the 29th of November at 7 pm. Be sure to get your tickets on Eventbrite. The event will be launched by Provost Linda Doyle and… Continue Reading →
On May 12th 2022 the Trinity Ability co_op were awarded Equality Campaign of the Year for the Towards Inclusive Clubs and Societies Project at the USI Student Achievement Awards. We were delighted to be nominated alongside other Trinity students for… Continue Reading →
The Towards Inclusive Clubs and Societies Project is now known as the Inclusive Student Life Project. This change reflects new efforts to reach all student organisations that receive the capitation fund (student fees). This includes clubs, societies, Trinity Publications and… Continue Reading →
Jane Madden My name is Jane, I’m a final BESS student specialising in business and I have Developmental Coordination Disorder also known as Dyspraxia. The idea of this project stemmed from Erwing Goffman’s social masks, as we all employ many… Continue Reading →
The Trinity Ability co_op call on staff in Trinity College Dublin to improve compliance with LENS reports. All students registered with the Disability Service have LENS reports that outline the supports they are entitled to in college. Lecturers in Trinity… Continue Reading →
The Trinity Ability co_op has elected a new Leadership Team. There are three groups: Advocacy and Mentorship Communications and Media Representative Group
We are celebrating International Women’s Day by platforming the voices of women with invisible disabilities. A social media campaign and podcast have been produced. Check out the full project!