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Night time economy survey to assess access issues
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05 Jun 2024 / human rights Print

Night-time economy survey to assess access issues

A night-time economy accessibility survey will remain open until 10 June.

The goal of the survey is understanding how people with disabilities experience night life in Ireland.

The survey is being conducted on behalf of the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.


It states that if the night time economy is to be truly inclusive and diverse, current challenges for people and artists with disabilities and those with intellectual disabilities, must be examined  in order to find solutions.

Those with a disability, artists with a disability working in the night time economy, and representative organisations working with those with a disability, are all invited to participate.

Those with an intellectual disability, or those assisting them, can complete the survey in other ways, if necessary.

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