Disabled Women Ireland
 
“Equality for women, and equality for disabled people must work hand in hand for either to be successful”
— Disabled Women Ireland

The mission of Disabled Women Ireland (DWI) is to be a national voice for the needs and rights of women, trans and non-binary people with disabilities and a national force to improve the lives and life chances of people with disabilities.

Disabled Women Ireland
(a) to actively promote the participation of women with disabilities in all aspects of social, economic, political and cultural life;
(b) to advocate on issues of concern to women with disabilities in Ireland; and

(C) to grow a network of disabled women
(d) to seek to be the national representative organisation for women with disabilities in Ireland by:

·         (i) undertaking systemic advocacy;

·         (ii) campaigning on legal and policy change,

·         (iii) campaigning for social change and,

·         (iv) providing information and education.