Welcome to IDPwD Blog Party (Nov 3 - Dec 3, 2011)
Infinite Ability and Enabling Unit are proud to host the first blog party devoted to International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPwD), December 3. PWD's, care givers and family members from around the world are welcome to join this initiative.
The United Nations designated December 3 as IDPwD and the theme for 2011 is "Together for a better world for all: Including persons with disabilities in development." In line with the theme and in order to develop a global awareness we begin month long special blog party from Nov 3 to Dec 3.
Your contributions are welcome on firstname.lastname@example.org
The list of disabilities include autism spectrum disorders, blindness, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, hemophilia, hearing impairment, locomoter disability, mental illness, muscular dystrophy, thalassemia, learning disabilities.
Srijan: Cultural Fest for students with disabilities – Equal Opportunity Cell, Delhi University
The Autism Enigma – Nature Special
Exclusionary Politics of Right to Education Act – Sambhavana, Delhi University
Breaking Barriers, Creating Opportunities: Seminar on Career Opportunities – Namita Bhutani, AADI
Confluence-VI report – Medical Humanities Group, UCMS
African Artist and American Physician - Dr Mohamed Osman
The only disability in this world is that of not being able to see infinite ability – Dr Kaity Cama, Hypnotherapist, Mumbai
Disability Myths – Enabling Unit, UCMS & GTBH
45 PwD's who made a difference - World of Inclusion, London
A Second Career - V.S.Sunder, Mathematician, Chennai
Understanding disability & creating accessible campus:Round table conference at JNU -Dr Satendra Singh
Message of the UN Secretary General for the day (Source: UN Enable)
List of Recipients of National Awards for the Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, 2011 to be given on 3rd Dec, 2011
List of awardees for the 13th NCPEDP Helen Keller awards