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The Silent Child Jul 24
We’re off to the ! Maisie is clearly nervous 🤣
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Attitude is Everything Jul 25
"I want to enable disabled children and young people to have equal access to arts and culture across the world." Our CEO Suzanne Bull MBE shares her reasons for supporting the Children and Youth Charter at yesterday's
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Natasha|FreeYourMind Jul 23
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Gertrude Oforiwa Fefoame Jul 23
At the civil society forum of the , getting ready to speak on the role of DPOs in the implementation of the .
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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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Dasher the guide dog Jul 24
Day 2 of the . Mum’s been doing LOTS of human talking but I have managed to say a proper doggy hello to 4 other . I’ve also been helping the cleaners by sneaking a few crumbs from the floor 🐶😉😋
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Mont - Dis and Dev Jul 25
At yesterday’s over 300 organizations committed to using Washington Group questions on disability, including WHO, World Bank, DFID, DFAT, ILO, UNICEF, etc
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Dasher the guide dog Jul 22
I’m off today and tomorrow to the Global . Very excited🐶🤗
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Chris Holmes Jul 16
Hugely supportive of this ⁦⁩ initiative.
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Potent Whisper Jul 24
Today I joined and comrades from Bolivia, Canada, Greece and Kenya to take action at the The are truly world leaders... in the genocide of disabled people. We must and can stop them.
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Zara Todd Jul 23
The disability movement need to be more open and inclusive to young disabled people so we can access peer support -Ryan young leader
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Jul 27
Life in a refugee camp is often fraught with difficulties. For people with disabilities, these environments are some of the most challenging on Earth. A powerful selection of pictures and stories from for this week's
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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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Ummy Nderiananga Jul 23
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Emily Esplen Jun 18
New ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ data soon to be published shows women with disabilities are 2 to 4 times more likely to experience intimate partner violence than women without. It's time for ACTION
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Joanna Reid Jun 28
“Nothing about us, without us”. Proud to bring together persons with disabilities, Govt reps and civil society to address stigma and discrimination, inclusive education, economic empowerment, innovation and technology, gender and humanitarian action.
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Fiona Samuels Jun 24
Looking forward and honoured to be speaking at the launch of this important report on Tuesday 26th June and sharing some of work on and with ahead of the
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Richard Montgomery Feb 20
Excellent blog on work building on - producing better data, reducing discrimination, removing barriers & improving opportunities for people with disabilities.
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UN Education Report Jul 23
First day over of the . Here are our 10 messages and 10 recommendations on and
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Steve Topple Jul 20
The UK government’s hypocrisy in hosting a global ‘disability summit’ is about to be exposed. Here's my look at the upcoming and the response from and others. Do read and share, and support DPAC >>>
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