Disability Federation of Ireland is a company limited by guarantee not having share capital, registered in Dublin. Registered No 140948, CHY No 6177
Supporting Organisations to Enable People with Disabilities.
Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI) is the national support organisation for voluntary disability organisations in Ireland who provide services to people with disabilities and disabling conditions:
- Mental Health
DFI works to ensure that Irish society is fully inclusive of people with disabilities and disabling conditions so that they can exercise fully their civil, social and human rights. In pursuit of this vision DFI :
- Acts as an advocate for the voluntary disability sector.
- Supports organisations to further enable people with disabilities.
There are 132 organisations as affiliates or associates in DFI (list of membership). DFI also works with a growing number of organisations and groups around the country that have a significant disability interest, mainly from the statutory and voluntary sectors. DFI provides:
- Training and Support
- Organisation and Management Development
- Research and Policy Development
- Advocacy and Representation
DFI represents the disability interest within social partnership through its participation in the Community and Voluntary Pillar. DFI is a member of the Disability Stakeholders Group, which works with government to progress the National Disability Strategy and it is also active in other fora.
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