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Centre for Inclusion and Intellectual Disability

Centre for Inclusion and Intellectual Disability (CfIID) is one of Trinity College Dublin's most innovative initiatives. Its mission is promoting inclusion for people with intellectual disability through education, research and pathways.

The Centre for Inclusion and Intellectual Disability (CfIID) has been established at the School of Education Trinity College to promote the inclusion of people with intellectual disability within education and society. Formally established as the NIID in 1998, the CfIID will work to ensure that the basic human rights of people are upheld associated with access to:

  • Appropriate education
  • Employment

The CfIID promotes lifelong learning for people with intellectual disability through:

  • The Certificate in Contemporary Living, an inclusive education programme for students with intellectual disabilities
  • Development and implementation of inclusive research practice
  • Analysis and commentary on relevant legislation and policy

Please refer to the Centre for Inclusion and Intellectual Disability website for further details.

 


Last updated 27 March 2015 kellyva@tcd.ie.