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A coalition of several Civil Society Organisations and Disabled Peoples Organisations in Southeast Asia to promote electoral rights of persons with disabilities
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Michael D. Svetlik May 19
India completes voting in the biggest election in history. 39 days, 900m voters, 543 parliamentary seats. World’s largest democracy demonstrates that pluralism, participation & inclusion are critical. Official results expected 23 May. via ⁦
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AGENDA May 16
just had a live roundtable discussion about the action points that relate to climate change issues to identify effective interventions which can be done at all levels to ensure persons with disabilities’ prosperous life amidst the changes.
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AGENDA May 16
There are four themes discussed during workshop which are , in getting citizenship document, full participation to enjoy basic services, and civil registration.
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AGENDA May 16
Translation: Questions and suggestions from the participants on the legal frameworks analysis during the workshop with PPDI.
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AGENDA May 16
Identifying problems faced by persons with disabilities who are yet to be registered as Indonesian citizens and formulating the solutions in order for ensuring their full participation in public and social life, as mandated in the ASEAN 2025.
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AGENDA May 16
AGENDA partner in Indonesia, , is now conducting a legal analysis workshop to gain inputs from stakeholders in order to finalize a legal frameworks analysis on civil registration and citizenship in Indonesia.
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AGENDA May 1
Replying to @agendaasiaorg
Did you take the Quiz? 👍🏻 C. ASCC 24 was the correct answer! Visit to see best practice examples of disability-inclusive program design and implementation!
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AGENDA Apr 29
The promotes entreprenuership for persons with disabilities, also reflected in 8.3 (enabling environment for entreprenuership) and Article 27 (work and employment).
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AGENDA Apr 29
Quiz! Which action point emphasizes disability-inclusive design of disaster management mechanisms?
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AGENDA Apr 29
According to the eliminating attitudinal barriers is critical to ensure inclusive work environments. See also 8.5 (work and employment) and Article 8 (awareness-raising).
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AGENDA Apr 29
Replying to @agendaasiaorg
Did you take Friday’s Quiz? 👍🏻 A. Universal Design was the correct answer! You can learn more about universal design for political inclusion here:
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AGENDA Apr 28
Did you know that 4.5 (access to education and training) and Article 27 (work and employment) are reflected in ?
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AGENDA Apr 28
Implementation of the and 16.7 requires inclusive decision-making at all levels and participation in political & public life ( Article 29).
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AGENDA Apr 28
Ensuring equal access to critical resources during emergencies is key to in the . See also 13.1 and Article 11.
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AGENDA Apr 27
The promotes the sharing of good practices on disaster management, also reflected in 13.3 and Article 8 on awareness-raising.
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AGENDA Apr 27
What have you done to promote crucial disability inclusion in resilience and disaster management in your community? Let us know!
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AGENDA Apr 26
Did you know that 13.B on capacity building to improve resilience and Article 11 on humanitarian emergencies are reflected in ?
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AGENDA Apr 26
Mainstreaming into climate change responses is key to implementation of . Also reflected in 13.2 (national plans to mitigate climate change) and Article 11 (humanitarian emergencies)
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AGENDA Apr 26
Live roundtable discussion conducted by via the Voice of Persons with Disabilities radio station discussing about employment issues for persons with disabilities and the ASEAN 2025. Watch here:
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AGENDA Apr 26
Quiz! Action Point ASCC 15 discusses which key disability inclusion concept?
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