September 17, 2014

Feature documentary UNBREAKABLE: THE MARK POLLOCK STORY to open exclusively at Light House Cinema, Dublin on October 3rd, followed by a nationwide tour

Filmed over six years Unbreakable is the story of blind athlete Mark Pollock’s tragic fall that left him paralysed and how he found his courage again

Unbreakable: The Mark Pollock Story, directed by award winning filmmaker Ross Whitaker, will open exclusively at the Light House Cinema, Dublin on Friday 3rd October 2014 for a limited run, followed by a national tour. Most screenings during the tour will feature a Q&A with Mark Pollock. The trailer for the film has just been revealed and can be viewed here:


Ireland’s Top Companies are impacting on unemployment

September 11, 2014

Work Placement Publication reveals how Ireland’s Top Companies are impacting on unemployment.

Business in the Community Ireland publishes ‘Back to Work – Business Supporting Work Placements’ documenting the experience of providing works placements for people facing labour market disadvantage by 11 top companies.


Mayo Ideas Week 2014 & Open Door

September 1, 2014


Harnessing employee potential, investing in business skills and wellbeing

Mayo Ideas Week is a series of idea generation, entrepreneurship and business events hosted by development and enterprise support agencies along with organisations in Co. Mayo. Established in 2010, Mayo Ideas Week targets industry sectors with growth potential in Co. Mayo, and now has a wide range of partners supporting and contributing across many enterprise sectors.


“Local business – The winning formula”

August 15, 2014

An IASE Open Door event in association with Mayo Ideas Week 2014

Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar, Co Mayo

Thursday September 18th at 5.30pm until 7.30pm


EUSE President recognised in the Queens in the Honours list

August 6, 2014

EUSE President Margaret Haddock and Chairperson of Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment was recognised in the summer honours list: Order of the British Empire – MBE for her services to people with disabilities in Northern Ireland.