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As we all know, Christmas will be a little different this year and we won’t be able to go to our favourite theatre, which is why we are bringing the theatre directly to you in the comfort of your own home with an exclusive screening of Sleeping Beauty.
Get the family together, get dressed up in your favourite costume and sit back and enjoy the show. Every ticket you purchase will directly help to support people with a learning disability during this challenging time.
Buy your exclusive tickets to stream Sleeping Beauty here: www.universe.com/mencap available from 14th of December!
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The team at are now inviting applications for the position of
✨Music Generation Development Officer (Leitrim)✨
Further details on this opportunity along with the application form are available at msletb.ie
Closing date is 12 noon, Tuesday 8 December 2020!
 
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We're really looking forward to being a part of this year's 

 Child Talks event, which takes place tomorrow on #WorldChildrensDay.

Child Talks is always an important event in our calendar year. Hear the views of children and young people on the issues that matter to them by joining us online tomorrow at 11am via. https://www.oco.ie/ #ADayinMyLife

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Born with a heart defect from birth, many Chernobyl children will die before their sixth birthday if they don’t undergo life-saving surgery. But by donating only €100 this Christmas, you can give the gift of life and help mend their broken hearts forever.
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Today on #WorldChildrensDay, CCI reaffirms our commitment to advocating for the rights of vulnerable children with disabilities and illnesses living in Chernobyl's dark shadow.
Universal Children's Day offers us an inspirational entry-point to advocate, promote and celebrate children's rights, translating into dialogues and actions that will build a better world for Children. Let us promote and celebrate children’s rights including the right to life, to health, to education and to play, as well as the right to family life, to be protected from violence, to not be discriminated, and to have their views heard.
For many years CCI, has been fighting for the voices of the children of Chernobyl to be heard. Those who have been or will be incarcerated in children’s institutions for all of their young lives are often forgotten or overlooked and deprived of their liberty. In 2020, despite its challenges, we have continued to take further steps in helping to brighten the futures of institutionalised children in Belarus.
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2020 was a year filled with unprecedented challenges, but it was also a year where people around the world stepped up to fight for a future that is fair, just, and equal for all. On Dec. 19, we’re honoring those leaders — the young activists, world leaders, philanthropists, artists, and Global Citizens — at Global Citizen Prize, a show hosted by John Legend premiering on

NBC

. Join us and let’s build the world we want. Learn more about the show here: glblctzn.me/gcprize

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We'd like to give a special shout-out to our friends at and their lead partner at who have been shortlisted for a Chamber Ireland Excellence in Local Government 2020 Award.
It is no surprise that they have been nominated for their work in Sustaining the Arts, and we at continue to celebrate their work in this area.
Tomorrow we celebrate them and all those nominated for the awards. You can find out more about this year's shortlisted projects at https://www.chambers.ie/events/elg-awards/ #ELGAwards2020
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We know it's a difficult time right now. 😔
But we're here to help. 🤝
We have lots of easy read information about coronavirus, activities for people with a learning disability, and who to call for help, all on our website. 💻
You can find all this at the link below. 👇
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