First visit by UNESCO Chair IT Tralee to Uganda, visiting the International Needs Uganda Projects in Buikwe and Kiyindi. Katharina Schluter, UNESCO Chair IT Tralee, facilitating inclusive sport sessions with students at Buikwe Primary School and Buikwe Secondary School.
UFIT USA and the Marseille Declaration were officially launched on Monday, the 16th of May in 2016 in Washington DC. Please find further information in the links below: Press Release Program Infographic 1 Infographic 2 We also invite you to support us by taking to social media and help us to get trending by using […]
UNESCO IT Tralee supports the Festival of Shared Practice 2016 in Noisy-Le-Sec on 18th May 2016. UNESCO IT Tralee is delighted to be patron of the 3rd Festival of Share Practice 2016, Noisy-Le-Sec on 18th May 2016. Check out our video supporting the Festival of Shared Practice The UNESCO Chair IT Tralee recognises and supports […]
Today is the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace! The UNESCO Chair is celebrating the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) by organising a one day training workshop on disability inclusion together with Plan International Ireland and the CARA Center on the 9th of April 2016 in order to aid […]
Happy Anniversary! The UNESCO Chair launched 1 year ago today in the presence of the President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins. A short video capturing the launch of the UNESCO Chair IT Tralee on 23rd February 2015. Click here to watch a short video of the launch!
What is UFIT? UFIT is a systematic strengths-based approach for transforming the way the fitness sector engages with and provides for people with disabilities through its service offerings. The UFIT programme and toolkit design means that UFIT represents a bespoke inclusion solution for your club in your community. The programme has been designed in a […]
‘Different. Just like you: A psychosocial approach promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities’ is aimed at professionals and volunteers who work with persons with disabilities. The concept of empowerment is central to the whole approach presented in this handbook. Empowerment is defined as a process of strengthening, whereby individuals, organizations and communities ‘get a […]