A collection of disabled Canadians sharing why disabled lives have value. In short videos, you can watch the contrast between their medical diagnosis and their real lives. The initiative is aimed at counter-balancing discussions in Canada about doctor-assisted suicide. The campaign’s creators say they worry that Canadians are only getting one side of the disability story – that death is a natural choice for these poor suffering disabled people. But this story doesn’t speak to the experiences of many with disabilities.
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La campaña apunta a la población sorda, pero también a que las personas oyentes tengan oportunidad de aprender algunos términos clave en lesco. Esto es particularmente importante para el personal de salud que brinda servicios y que pueda comunicarse con personas sordas usuarias de esos servicios. Es decir, es una campaña educativa para la población general y aporta a la inclusión a la sociedad de las personas sordas.
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A project of the Brazilian Centro de Promoção da Saúde (Center for the Promotion of Health) and IIDI (the Interamerican Institute on Disability and Inclusive Development), Caminhos da inclusao is raising awareness and generating knowledge on the effects of HIV / AIDS and STD / AIDS among persons with disabilities. Continue reading “Caminhos da inclusão: Sexuality, AIDS and disability”
The objective of the French project “regarde-moi” is Regarde–moi is an original and sensitive tool to discover disability. Through the short testimonials “how do you live your life with your disability/ies in your city?”, the project offers original and simple online tools, which complemented by off-line actions, facilitate changes in people’s perceptions on disability.
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…or would like to see it once again, the fabulous video produced by UK’s Channel 4 to promote the 2016 Rio Paralympics Game.