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DFID Jul 13
More than 200 governments and organisations have now signed up to the Charter for Change! There’s still time to sign up to this movement to address this long-neglected issue and put disability at the heart of development.
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NdiMhle tuu! ♿IAmFlawSome 14h
Most important to my heart is the Global Disability Summit which will be happening soon. Let me push my energies on matters that concern me as Person With A Disability Building a legacy for the younger generation with disabilities
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Loz Argyle Jul 4
I've just read that Theresa May/Penny Mordaunt are to host a at the end of the month, i feel sick,how fucking dare they, the tories have for 8 fucking years declared war on the disabled, they've caused a hostile environment towards the sick,I'm so fucking angry
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Laura Round Jul 4
Today was the first time a Minister used sign language at the despatch box ahead of the first ever Global later this month!
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Penny Mordaunt MP Jul 4
Thank you to Mr Speaker for joining in and learning a phrase with me this morning, and to my amazing teacher who has also been teaching staff managing the so all delegates have a great experience.
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BBC Politics Jul 4
MP is learning sign language — and at today she became the first minister to use it in Parliament, to highlight the UK's first global
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Theresa May Jul 4
. and I are proud to be hosting the UK’s first ever global at the end of this month – and today she became the first Minister to use sign language from the dispatch box.
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DFID Jul 10
It's just two weeks to go until the global to take action to transform the lives of people living with disabilities across the world
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Sarah Montgomery Jul 10
This is my commitment to help make and a more supportive and inclusive place to work ahead of the
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DFID 4h
We want to see a world where people with disabilities have equal access to jobs and education. That's why on 23-24 July, the UK is hosting a global . We believe to break down the barriers that hold people back from achieving their potential.
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DFID Jul 2
Did you know that 1 in 8 people in the world has a disability? And that 80% of them live in developing countries? That's why this July, the UK is taking the lead to ensure the world's poorest people are able to fulfill their potential at the Global .
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Joanna Reid Jul 4
Did you know the UK has facilitated the process of developing a Charter of Demands for disability inclusion in Pakistan ? Look out for the tomorrow - we'll be endorsing the Charter to make sure that we leave no one behind
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Seaofchangefilm 7h
Looking forward to & meeting people who are passionate about accessibility of the urban environment & to talk about creating films on how disabled people access urban areas explains why we would like to do this & be great to meet..
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DFID Jul 10
Two weeks to go till the in London. Join the Secretary of State in signing the Charter for Change to put disability at the heart of development.
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DFID Jul 2
Want to know why the UK is hosting its first ever global on 23-24 July? It's because of people like Marcelline, who was on the verge of quitting her job as a teacher as her poor eyesight caused blurred vision and excruciating headaches
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DFID Jul 1
It's only 3 weeks to go until the global on 23-24 July. to break down the barriers that hold people back from achieving their potential.
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UK in Kenya Jul 12
. hosts a reception for the Kenyan delegation attending the Disability Summit to be held on 23 & 24 July in the UK.
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When Julius first became blind, he said he felt 'useless.' But thanks to and he is now running his own business and living a life in dignity
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DFID Jul 14
In case you missed it last week when became the first minister to sign at the dispatch box in to highlight the UK’s first ever global
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