Equality Week 2022

Welcome to Equality Week 2022 - Making Space for Everyone!

We look forward to marking  #UCCEqualityWeek2022 with a series of events to celebrate, explore and advocate for #equalityforall. All welcome and full schedule below.

Schedule of Events


Date Time Event Details Convenor Location/Link Other Information
Mon 7 12:00-13:00

Opening of Equality Week and Launch of UCC EDI Annual Report 2021-22 with President John O'Halloran

EDI Unit Dora Allman Room Please register to attend 
Mon 7 13:00-17:00

Exploration of Multiculturalism

UCCSU Dora Allman Room  
Mon 7 14:00-15:30

Let's Talk Accessibility - National Council for the Blind in person tech demo

EDI Unit  Lucy Smith Room  
Tue 8 11:00-12:00

Keynote with Disability Advocate, Dr Vivian Rath, TCD

EDI Unit Zoom Link Aimed at staff and postgraduate students 
Tue 8 12:30-14:30  Come and meet the EDI Team at the President's Café  President's Office  Aula Maxima   
Tue 8 17:00-18:00

Interview with Dr Tanya Ní Mhuirthile – Intersex Day of Solidarity 

EDI Unit UCC98.3FM  
Wed 9 10:00-11:30

Good Social Interaction with the Deaf Community

EDI Unit & Cork Deaf Association CACSSS Seminar Room

Please register

Short Talk with Coffee afterwards in Atrium

Wed 9 12:30-14:30

EDI Soapbox: Presentations on EDI Good Practice

EDI Unit Dora Allman Room

Please register to:



Wed 9 17:45-19:00

Paris is Burning - Film Screening

UCCSU West Wing 5 (WW5)  
Thu 10 13:00-14:30

Active* Consent Play - The Kinds of Sex You Might Have at College

EDI Unit The Granary Ticket Required (no charge) 
Thu 10 17:30-19:00 Active* Consent Play - The Kinds of Sex You Might Have at College EDI Unit

The Granary

Ticket Required (no charge) 
Fri 11 13:00-14:00 Human Trafficking with J.P. O’Sullivan from MECPATHS School of Applied Social Studies, CUBS, School of Law, UCC LGBT+ Staff Network, Bystander Intervention and University Ethics Committee Online via Teams  
Fri 11  16:00-17:00 World Children’s Day - Launch of Kids Art Exhibition  EDI Unit  Hub Atrium  Please register here to attend 
Fri 11  17:45-20:00  A broken system - discussing migrant experience depicted in the film 'Aisha' EDI Unit / Cork International Film Festival 

Gate Cinema

NB: There will be ISL interpretation for the panel and closed captions on the film 

Film and Panel Discussion with Director and Cork Migrant Centre on Black/Brown Representation in Irish Film  

Ticket Required (€8) 

Video courtesy of UCC TV

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Unit

Comhionannas, Éagsúlacht agus Ionchuimsitheacht

South Lodge, College Road, University College, Cork, T12 RXA9