This document lays out a menu of actions for our network to consider as we move our Internet Access for All campaign forward to its next stage.
These are the email responses we've had so far from telecoms companies who were approached by us to ensure that no one is excluded from internet access during the Covid-19 lockdown.
These are the email responses we've had so far from telecoms companies who were approached by us to ensure that no one is excluded from internet access during the Covid-19 lockdown.
We're calling on telecommunications industry leaders to work swiftly with Dáil Éireann and the Northern Ireland Executive to immediately open up all WiFi hotspots cost-free and to waive the prohibitive charges for households who are unable to access decent broadband connection. Over 200 organisations and individuals have joined us in this call, and you can too at https://bit.ly/netaccess4all
On 3rd September 2014 a delegation consisting of parents, a PPR representative and local Member of the Legislative Assembly met with the Minister for Education John O'Dowd MLA. The following briefing paper was presented to the Minister outlining the need for appropriate transport provision capable for econourgaing and facilitating the development of Irish medium education.
To publicise the results of the research, Tuistí an Tuaiscirt produced a bilingual campaign leaflet that was distributed at summer festival events in north and west Belfast, including Ministerial speaking engagements.
A research report produced by Tuistí an Tuaiscirt with PPR in August 2014 based on surveys completed by parents of children in Irish medium education.