Bangladesh Country Coordinator Job Announcement: Full-Time Position

  There is an opening for a full-time position for Bangladesh Country Coordinator for Disability Rights Promotion International’s Asian Workplace Approach that Respects Equality (DRPI AWARE) project on employment in Dhaka. DRPI is halfway through a five-year employment project, funded by Global Affairs Canada. This employment project will identify and address the key labour market […]

Bangladesh Country Coordinator Job Announcement: Full-Time Position

There is an opening for a full-time position for Bangladesh Country Coordinator for Disability Rights Promotion International’s Asian Workplace Approach that Respects Equality (DRPI AWARE) project on employment in Dhaka. DRPI is halfway through a five-year employment project, funded by Global Affairs Canada. This employment project will identify and address the key labour market causes […]

India Country Coordinator Job Announcement: Full-time Position

There is an opening for a full-time position for India Country Coordinator for Disability Rights Promotion International’s Asian Workplace Approach that Respects Equality (DRPI AWARE) project on employment in Hyderabad. DRPI is halfway through a five-year employment project, funded by Global Affairs Canada. This employment project will identify and address the key labour market causes […]

Onus Group Hires Workers with Disabilities in Bangladesh

Onus Group, a leading RMG conglomerate, has recruited 9 persons with disabilities in the company with a view to creating opportunities for them to earn a decent living and contribute to the economy. BGMEA President Md. Siddiqur Rahman handed over appointment letters to them in presence of Onus Group Managing Director and First Vice President […]

India Country Coordinator Job Announcement Full-Time Position

There is an opening for a full-time position for India Country Coordinator for Disability Rights Promotion International’s Asian Workplace Approach that Respects Equality (DRPI AWARE) project on employment in Hyderabad. DRPI is halfway through a five-year employment project, funded by Global Affairs Canada. This employment project will identify and address the key labour market causes […]

MRGD Workshop at the Coady International Institute

In November, 2015, Dr. Xuan Thuy Nguyen spent an afternoon at the Coady International Institute leading a workshop on the Monitoring Educational Rights for Girls with Disabilities project in Vietnam and its use of participatory visual methodologies. The day included a discussion of the politics of engagement fostered by the project and a presentation and […]

Rajive Raturi Receives Limca Book of Records Person of the Year Award

DRPI Asia Pacific Regional Officer, Mr. Rajive Raturi is among 15 persons with disabilities to receive the Limca Book of Records Person of the Year 2016 Award from the Limca Book of Records on April 14, 2016. This year’s awards specifically recognize the contributions of persons with disabilities. The awards were presented in an award ceremony at the Habitat […]

Manila: DRPI Asia Pacific Regional Online Platform Training, 7-10 April

DRPI’s Regional Training for DPOs in the Asia Pacific will be held in Manila, The Philippines, from April 7-10, 2016. The training will test the use of DRPI’s online learning platform and tools for disability rights monitoring. We are pleased to offer this training in partnership with the Asian Blind Union and to be hosted […]

India Country Coordinator Full-Time Position

There is an opening for a full-time position for India Country Coordinator for Disability Rights Promotion International’s Asian Workplace Approach that Respects Equality (DRPI AWARE) project. DRPI is a collaborative project working to establish a holistic and sustainable global system to monitor the human rights of people with disabilities. DRPI is halfway through a five-year […]

New report: Employing Persons with Disabilities: A Model of Successful Corporate Culture Change

DRPI has released a new report: “Employing Persons with Disabilities:  A Model of Successful Corporate Culture Change,”  which was prepared by Douglas Waxman, PhD Candidate, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy and Management, York University. Read the full report:  Employing Persons with Disabilities: A Model of Successful Corporate Culture Change