Welcome to Ballymun Active Disability Interest Group
It’s time to stop treating disability as something exceptional in society. Disability is a normal part of everyday life. We all have varying levels of ability – physically, intellectually, socially. During our lives, everyone is likely to experience reduced ability, even for a short time. As we get older, our abilities can change – and often decline! People with disability are part of our community. We have hopes, dreams and needs like everyone else. We don’t want special treatment. But we also don’t to have to fight for our basic rights every day. We want to be empowered to live life to the full.
Ballymun has come a long way in building an environment which is accessible and open. But there is still some way to go before we have a community which is truly welcoming and inclusive of everyone. BADIG is working to bring about change to make this happen. Our work is guided by an understanding of the reality of living with disability. We believe that we will only succeed if everyone in Ballymun works together to bring about change.
And we believe that this will make Ballymun a better place not just for people with disability – but for everyone!
International Day of Disability Lunch Meeting 4 December 2023 BADIG will be holding their annual meeting to mark this important date (which actually falls on
At last, people talk to me rather than looking at me like a child An interview was published on 6 March 2022 between the Mail
International Day of People with Disabilities 2021 Today, 3 December 2021, is the International Day of People with Disabilities. This is a day marked by
Fashion Show to Support Sickle Cell Society Ireland Lana Kurasidze, our Chairperson, participated in the outdoor Sickle Cell Fashion Show on 19 June 2021. The
New equipment at Ballymun Sports & Fitness Centre! We have always been big fans of Ballymun Sports & Fitness Centre, in Main Street, Ballymun. This fantastic Dublin City
Please tell us your ideas for the future work of BADIG! Like everyone else, BADIG’s plans and activities were severely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tennis for the blind and visually impaired demonstration in Trinity Comprehensive School Claire Whelan, our Treasurer, is visually impaired. You have probably seen her around
We are grateful for funding for this website and other activities received through the Dublin Northwest Partnership from:
“The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2018-2022 is funded by the Irish Government through the Department of Rural and Community Development and co-funded by the European Social Fund under the Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020”