DRPI’s representative has participated at International AIDS Conference with the goal to advocate for mainstreaming disability into global and national HIV responses. DRPI has co-facilitated a workshop within the Conference programme, titled “National responses to HIV can and must include disability” together with IDDC TG for HIV/Disability. Click here to see the photos on Facebook.
The Third Annual Conference of the European Society for Disability Research was held in Lisbon, Portugal the 3rd – 4th of July 2014 at the Instittuto Superior de Clencias Socials e Politicas Polo Universitario da Ajuda. The conference, which focused on “Exploring Disability: Epistemologies, Policies and Politics,” was organized by Paula Pinto, Research Associate at DRPI. The […]
CNN’s John Vause talks with Rajive Raturi, Disability Rights Promotion International, on ways to help India’s poor and disabled. Click here to access the video on CNN.
ENIL, European Network of Independent Living, interviews Rados Keravica, DRPI’s Regional Officer, upon his nomination as a role model of young person with disabilities. Access the interview on ENIL’s website.
Congratulations to Dr. Marcia Rioux, co-founder and co-director of Disability Rights Promotion International (DRPI) on her nomination to the Order of Canada, one of Canada’s highest civilian honours. “For her scholarship in the field of social justice and for her advancement of the rights of persons with disabilities.” The Order of Canada was established in 1967, […]
The National Federation of Persons’ Organisms with Disability of Honduras (FENOPDIH), in cooperation, with the Disability Rights Promotion International (DRPI), York University and The Latin-American Network of Persons’ Not governmental Organizations with Disability and their Family (RIADIS), takes pleasure in presenting their report: Monitoring of Human Rights of Persons With Disabilities: A Comprehensive Analysis of Compliance […]
A new DRPI project will focus on increasing the productivity of women and men with disabilities and encouraging employers to make workplaces more accessible. The project has strong support from grassroots organizations in Bangladesh, India and Nepal. The new CIDA-funded project will target three sectors in these countries – the food processing industry, the hospitality […]