Amplifying change
A history of the
Atlantic Philanthropies
on the island of Ireland

Grant recommendation summary for grantee application G-22501 by Galway University Foundation

Context

Galway University Foundation received funding from Atlantic for several projects such as the centre for Disability Law and Policy [CDLP] at the National University of Ireland, Galway [NUIG]. Research conducted at CDLP is placed at the disposal of the disability community in Ireland and abroad. Specifically, the centre’s work is to conduct high-quality research on a range of disability policy challenges of critical importance to people with disabilities. It also focuses on providing research that will not only point out problems in policy but offer solutions. The centre’s “compass for change” is the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. In 2001, Professor Gerard Quinn, formed an informal research unit on disability law and policy at NUIG. The formation of the CDLP coincides with one of the most intensive periods of disability law reform in Ireland as well as internationally.

Description:
The five-page long document was produced by the staff of The Atlantic Philanthropies. It summarises the application request for the grantee project G-022501 titled Mainstreaming Programme - Implementation Nationally of a Prevention, Partnership, and Family Support Model by describing the purpose of the grant as well as describing the organisation receiving the grant.
Type:
text and business records
Creator:
The Atlantic Philanthropies, 1982-2020
Subject:
Curated collection--Grant documentation, Atlantic Philanthropies (Organization), Galway University Foundation, Curated collection--Education, Curated collection--Knowledge application, Grant 22501, Family policy, http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85047060, Charity organization, and National University of Ireland, Galway
Grant:
Grant 22501
Grantee:
Galway University Foundation
Year of Grant:
2014
Location of Grantee:
Galway
Rights:
The material is copyright of either Cornell University, The Atlantic Philanthropies, or where listed, the original authors or commissioning bodies. This collection is being made available under CC BY-NC-ND license, which allows users to access the material as long as the original copyright holder is credited; the material cannot be changed in any way or used commercially.
Attribution:
Cornell University Library, Digital Repository of Ireland, and The Atlantic Philanthropies
Doi:
https://doi.org/10.7486/DRI.nv93jr019