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Bond Jul 16
Thank you to secretary of state for speaking at the Bond Disability and Development Group's reception this evening, and to all the other speakers and attendees. We are looking forward to the on Tuesday 24.
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Christina Jul 16
Maybe Chuka Ummuna is finding it difficult that Labour is ahead in the Polls & therefore is making allegations without evidence (again). Chuka is trying 2make Labour fit him; if he's such a bad fit for Labour, maybe it's time for Chuka to join another Party.
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DFID Jul 16
Just one week to go until the . It's because of children like Adhiambo, that we know inclusive education works. to end discrimination against people with disabilities.
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Elisa Cattaneo Jul 16
We expect a lot from the . Disability orgs are here to remind those who made the commitments to see them through. We believe we are going to start taking things seriously!
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K Carington Smith Jul 16
Replying to @0ctavia
and, of course, Scotland has contributed far more than its share of cash towards "imperial services", to the extent that they stopped publishing figures in the early 1920s but apart from that we do nothing for England nothing at all, really, not a thing
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Anne Wafula Strike Jul 16
Exited and grateful to for organising a parliamentary event in preparation for the Global Disability Summit
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Deaf Child Worldwide Jul 16
Great anecdote - doorkeepers at the House of Commons asked how they could learn British Sign Language to make Parliament more accessible. We are also looking forwards to see Penny use BSL at the Global Disability Summit next week
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Matthew Rycroft Jul 16
Global is next week! to sign the Charter for Change + put disability at the heart of development
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Alistair Burt Jul 16
Delighted to speak at the Parliamentary reception today, and hear from the inspiring self-advocates about the issues that matter to them. Lots of important messages for ahead of the . for change.
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UNICEF Education Jul 17
The promise of “inclusive and equitable quality education” in the is particularly important for children with disabilities. It is the promise of their EQUAL access to all learning opportunities. 💗💚💛 . , inclusive education.
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Tracy Summerfield Jul 16
to say please remember there are people that will listen & help you. Any of you can DM me if you need an ear Or alternatively contact You can call them on 116 123 & it's free.
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Gertrude Oforiwa Fefoame Jul 16
Lovely to have met the Minister Lord Bates. Look forward to a successful !
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Gertrude Oforiwa Fefoame Jul 16
With the Secretary of State for International Development discussing the upcoming
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Ivan Lewis Jul 16
Fantastic to be at the Bond Disability and Development group reception to mark the
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CBM UK Jul 17
In the run-up to the Global , we will be sharing voices from CBM and our partners from around the world about their hopes for the outcome. What do you hope will change? to end discrimination against people with disabilities around the world.
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Laura Round Jul 16
Inspiring story of the week: House of Commons Doorkeepers are now also learning British Sign Language to make visitors' experience better
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James Hallwood Jul 16
Proud of my colleague speaking to a packed parliamentary reception about and her election to the UNCRPD. !
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Kate Gent Jul 16
Photo of the photographer at the Parliamentarian’s Reception ahead of the Disabilty Summit. Wonderful evening!
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IDA Jul 9
2 weeks to the start of Global Disability Summit, held in London where Governments, Private Sector & Civil Society will be called upon to form commitments on how they will advance the rights of persons with disabilities and their families.
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Policy and Research Jul 16
We're underway at the reception to mark the . Many thanks to Mr Speaker for the use of his rooms
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