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See the child before the disability

UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF)

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This video shows that "children with disabilities and their communities both benefit if society focuses on what those children can achieve, rather than what they cannot"

Hesperian images

HESPERIAN IMAGES

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On this website users can browse and search more than 12,000 health illustrations from our renowned publications. Registered users can organize, purchase, and download images for a price depending on usage

Realife trust

REALIFE

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This website presents information about Realife, an action research development agency. The agency's original purpose was to work alongside up to 10 local families and to develop a range of initiatives based on their needs and preferences. Every project undertaken since then has been a result of requests from local people to set something up that they simply cannot find from their local authority or other voluntary agency. Information is oprovided about the services they offer and related news and resoruces

Relevance of CBR and inclusive development in post-2015 development agenda

THOMAS, Maya
NINOMIYA, Akiie

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This report aims to "convey regional experiences and viewpoints on (community based inclusive development) CBID with an aim to provoke thoughts, and to identify key elements for future direction regarding Post MDGs framework from the perspective of persons with disabilities in Asia and the Pacific, in regards to further develop the implementation of CBR, and to reassure the possibility of an inclusive, barrier-free, and rights-based society"
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International federation for electoral systems

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR ELECTORAL SYSTEMS (IFES)

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The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) supports citizens’ right to participate in free and fair elections. IFES advances good governance and democratic rights by: providing technical assistance to election officials; empowering the underrepresented to participate in the political process; and applying field-based research to improve the electoral cycle. This website provides information about election management, electoral integrity and transparency, citizen participation, and inclusion and empowerment. It features specific country information and a list of regional experts and related research and publications and events

Inclusion of persons with disabilities

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR ELECTORAL SYSTEMS (IFES)

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The section of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) website features information about the inclusion of people with disabilities in elections and the political process

Young power in social action

YOUNG POWER IN SOCIAL ACTION (YPSA)

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Young Power in Social Action (YPSA) is a social development organisation working in 12 districts in Bangladesh to fight poverty and increase the participation of vulnerable groups in sustainable development. Their projects and activities focus upon health, human rights, education, disaster management, environment and biodiversity, knowledge and capacity development, and economic development. The website provides links to related organisations, reports, publications and news link

High-level meeting of the General Assembly on disability and development, 23 September 2013|The way forward : a disability inclusive development agenda towards 2015 and beyond

UNITED NATIONS ENABLE

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This resource presents information and documents related to the high-level meeting on disability and development which focused upon a disability inclusive development agenda towards 2015 and beyond. Related resources include preparatory documents, official documents, submissions, reports and resolutions
High-level meeting of the General Assembly on disability and development
New York, USA
23 September 2013

Article29.org

ARTICLE29.ORG

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This website gives an introduction to the CRPD and Article 29 and provides links to related documents by country

Diverse abilities help us build a better working world

EY

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Ernst & Young's website on disability inclusion has useful tools and details about disability inclusive work places.  The site contains information about their networks, people and related resources such as an office accessibility evaluation and guidelines for inclusive events

Help in higher education

YOUNG EPILEPSY

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This resource contains a support pack for higher education institutions to students with epilepsy. This pack contains: a free guide to epilepsy, an epilepsy questionnaire, dedicated online resources for students to manage their epilepsy at university, and online course for higher education staff

 

Note: this resource is free however users need to fill out the form provided

Review of research journal

REVIEW OF RESEARCH

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This journal is an online open access international multidisciplinary research journal, published monthly. The papers are double blind peer reviewed research in multidisciplinary areas presenting changes happening in higher education and society as well as research

WHO MiNDBank : more inclusiveness needed in disability and development

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)

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“WHO MiNDbank is an online platform which brings together a range of country and international resources, covering mental health, substance abuse, disability, general health, human rights and development.  These include policies, strategies, laws, and service standards.  MiNDbank aims to facilitate debate, dialogue, advocacy and research in order to promote national reform in these areas, in line with international human rights standards and best practice.  MiNDbank has been made possible thanks to the collective efforts of WHO Member States in sharing their national resources, with a view to achieving better health and human rights outcomes for all”

History of learning disability

GOODEY, Chris
et al

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History of Learning Disability is a group of academics researching the history of learning disability, the history of intellectual disability, and the history of developmental disability. The website notes that it follows UK practice by using “learning disability” to cover all of them. This website and blog invites academic discussion about the changing ideas that have gone into the history of learning disability, as well as providing a bibliography and links to related history and intellectual disability resources

UK disability history month

UK DISABILITY HISTORY MONTH (UKDHM)

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This website features a platform to feature the annual UK disability history month event which focuses on the history of disabled people’s struggle for equality and human rights. Disability history month details a specific annual theme aiming to celebrate the achievements of disabled people, to look at the disablism and oppression that they have been subjected to over time in all sorts of cultures, and to argue for the full equality that they are entitled to under human rights legislation. This website presents related news, events, resources and ways to get involved

Friends of the disabled association

FRIENDS OF THE DISABLED ASSOCIATION

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Friends of the Disabled Association (FDA) is an advocacy voluntary organisation. It was started in 1978 by group of parents of persons with intellectual disabilities. FDA's purpose is to promote the full range of Human Rights for persons with disabilities and their parents through multiple programmes. Their main programmes are in early intervention, basic teaching, intermediate level, secondary level, prevocational & vocational training. FDA's main goal is to secure self-discrimination, independent living and being included in their communities.  FDA aims to establish a Trust Fund to secure life quality on the life span of persons with intellectual disability.

 

FDA considers that the adoption of UN CRPD and the ILO Recommendation Social Protection Floors will secure better life quality for persons with disability and their families

WASH and inclusion : WEDC conference papers

WATER, ENGINEERING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (WEDC)

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This database provides water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and inclusion papers presented at WEDC conferences.  Topics include inclusive sanitation, urban sanitation, school WASH, emergency sanitation and community led total sanitation in low-income countries

Lesson corner

LESSON CORNER

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Lesson Corner provides lesson materials which are suitable for all school age groups. The lesson materials cover a wide range of topics including the following: Art & Music, English, Foreign language, Geography, Health, History, Math, Reference, Science and Social studies. Teachers at all levels, including Elementary, Middle, High, College Teachers, can use their services. Newest materials and special features are publicly available, while other lesson materials on the database are available for an annual subscription charge of $19.95

Weird and wonderful

BARTON, Sarah

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This website presents information about Weird and Wonderful, a  feature-length documentary that tells the story of the rise and fight of the disability rights movement from the late 1960's until today. The stories come from the UK, America and Australia and are woven together to tell a compelling cultural and political story from the earliest murmurings of protest from those segregated in institutions through a series of extraordinary battles that disabled people fought to be seen, heard and participate in society. The website has a link for the trailer of the video and the full version of the documentary is currently in post-production and crowd funding through Pozible.com

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