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Joe Devon Oct 6
An important update by on proposed legislation affecting and People with Disabilities.
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Tim Ferguson Oct 9
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ENNHRI Sep 9
🔔Are you an working on rights of persons with disabilities? Our webinar about on-site monitoring of rights during might be for you! It will explore the methodology of monitoring visits and good practices. Register here 👇
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ADA National Network Sep 30
"I want the fiction I read to embrace diversity and include characters who are learning to deal with their conditions—just like me." Have you read any of these books featuring character with disabilities? Check it out here:
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Jo "baby alligator" Oct 10
I live alone with my dog. Struggling to pay for food and having to ask my elderly parents for help to buy groceries makes me feel ashamed and depressed. I deal with my anxiety and depression every second of the day. Knowing the government doesn't care about hurts.
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Tim Ferguson Oct 4
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Belinda Moore Sep 8
Diabetes is a 24/7 PITA, which is why everyone living with it is bloody amazing 🙌 If you want to learn what resilience truly means, then go have a conversation with a ...you’d be learning from the best ☺️
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ADA National Network Sep 29
"It’s being able to learn more about the breadth of the community and how we can work together and why we need to work together." covers working during COVID, disability representation in media, and more. Read the full interview here:
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Surya Panicker Rajeev Sep 22
Remission from type 2 diabetes restores pancreas to near normal size and shape | Diabetes UK - good news for
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MyEmploymentOptions Oct 7
(Oct 18-24) is coming up soon! For details on how you can participate and support, visit .
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Development Pathways Sep 28
Today marks 3 years since the untimely passing of Krystle Kabare. In her memory, we set up the Krystle Kabare , and we're pleased to announce Peter Muraya as our lucky scholar! Read more about Peter and the scholarship here 👉
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Cyprus Ombudsman Oct 5
Lottides suggests public sector exams be more ‘individualised’ for people with disabilities
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AFDO Oct 11
Pls Share: - Paid Opportunity for Australians with . Expression of Interest for with: ● Experience accessing or employing disability service providers ● Availability in late October and/or early November More info:
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Tony Coelho Oct 6
News Alert: The Disability Community is a powerful voting bloc...Rutgers projects 38.3 million are eligible to vote in November. This is 16.3% of the electorate.
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Planetchic.T Sep 27
In case anyone wants to whine about CERB running out... I encourage you to count your blessings. THIS is what ONTARIO pays ’s. OH and if we do work they CLAW back 50% leaving us with a $7 an hour wage. We’ve lost ALL dignity
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Hanne Ballhausen Oct 10
, no matter where you live in the world: WE NEED YOU!
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Thea Kurdi ♿ Oct 11
UN "from viewing persons with disabilities as “objects” of charity, medical treatment & social protection, to viewing as “subjects” with rights, capable of claiming those & making decisions for their lives"
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Matt Müller Sep 29
Peter Julian, speaking with heart and conviction, highlighting the wrong priorities of this government. It is downright shameful that people with disabilities have not received any support from the federal government amidst this pandemic.
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Stacey Oct 2
You literally were the president of the party that has: -cut AISH -cut FSCD -cut PUF Earn reputation redemption points without exploiting communities that you had a hand in harming.
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Natalie Higgins-Sheridan Oct 7
Done, they still need about 65 people to sign the letter asking & other government officials to help the on to to a liveable amount like to $500/wk would make it possible to survive in this economy smh 🇨🇦🇨🇦!!
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