UniHaven

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UniHaven - Fully inclusive - CARA
Sport inclusion disability

Cara Charter

“Cara – Sport Inclusion Ireland is delighted to be partnering with UniHaven to help to promote our shared aims of ensuring greater inclusivity for people with disabilities in sport, education and society and to contribute to the design and delivery of their sports inclusion university pathway programme.” – Niamh Daffy, CEO Cara.

“I am happy to support UniHaven, Cara Sport Inclusion Ireland, and MTU Kerry’s joint efforts to improve the inclusion of people with disabilities in sport, in education and in society generally.” – Billy Walsh, Head Coach at USA Boxing

UniHaven is an international education pathway provider. As an Irish-based company, we are keen to represent Ireland, its people, its education and its positive national attributes as much as possible as we travel the world seeking to bring international students to study on our shores.  Furthermore, we are keen for our business to be truly inclusive and diverse such that difference in any form is not only accommodated but also actively welcomed and encouraged.

We decided to reach out to Cara-Sport Inclusion Ireland who specialise in advocating for, promoting and supporting greater inclusion of people with disabilities in sport and physical activity but whose passion is for greater inclusivity in society generally.  Not only have we partnered with Cara in designing our sports inclusion education pathway in conjunction with Munster Technological University Kerry, but we are delighted to have signed up to the Cara Sport Inclusion Disability Charter, the first private education provider in the world to have done so.

We are proud to espouse inclusivity in everything that we do in UniHaven to include how we work internally, how we promote ourselves externally and the nature of the products and services that we provide. In doing so, we are very happy to connect Cara with any of our international collaborators to help Cara to achieve their own mission in some small way.

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UniHaven Administration

Unit W10f Naas Enterprise Park
Newhall Naas
Co. Kildare
Ireland

+353 45 448800
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Sport inclusion disability

Cara Charter

UniHaven - Fully inclusive - CARA

“Cara – Sport Inclusion Ireland is delighted to be partnering with UniHaven to help to promote our shared aims of ensuring greater inclusivity for people with disabilities in sport, education and society and to contribute to the design and delivery of their sports inclusion university pathway programme.” – Niamh Daffy, CEO Cara.

“I am happy to support UniHaven, Cara Sport Inclusion Ireland, and MTU Kerry’s joint efforts to improve the inclusion of people with disabilities in sport, in education and in society generally.” – Billy Walsh, Head Coach at USA Boxing

UniHaven is an international education pathway provider. As an Irish-based company, we are keen to represent Ireland, its people, its education and its positive national attributes as much as possible as we travel the world seeking to bring international students to study on our shores.  Furthermore, we are keen for our business to be truly inclusive and diverse such that difference in any form is not only accommodated but also actively welcomed and encouraged.

We are proud to espouse inclusivity in everything that we do in UniHaven to include how we work internally, how we promote ourselves externally and the nature of the products and services that we provide. In doing so, we are very happy to connect Cara with any of our international collaborators to help Cara to achieve their own mission in some small way.

We decided to reach out to Cara-Sport Inclusion Ireland who specialise in advocating for, promoting and supporting greater inclusion of people with disabilities in sport and physical activity but whose passion is for greater inclusivity in society generally.  Not only have we partnered with Cara in designing our sports inclusion education pathway in conjunction with Munster Technological University Kerry, but we are delighted to have signed up to the Cara Sport Inclusion Disability Charter, the first private education provider in the world to have done so.