‘Although there has been a lot of progress over the last decade, there is still a long way to go.’
They say: We are celebrating our 10th anniversary, looking back at our achievements and forward to the next 10 years and beyond.
We opened our doors on 1 October 2007, bringing together t
Minimum progress for students with disabilities, she said, “is preposterous. Our students deserve better.”
Article by Nic Garcia, Chalkbeat Colorado | September 15, 2017
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, flanked by school officials at a private autism center in Denver, called on the nation’s
Tom Rickert writes: We invite you to visit our new guide: Bridging the Gap: Your role in transporting children with disabilities to school in developing countries.
This guide is posted on the home page of our website at www.globalride-sf.org. Versions in Spanish and Hindi a
From Inspired Adventures website: Are you ready to take on a new challenge? This adventure takes you into the heart of Australia, across the vast and ancient landscape of the Red Centre and gives you the opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of young people in the Northern Territory.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has recently published three reports on Article 19 of the UNCRPD.
October 30, 2017. Ana Perez: The ‘From institutions to community living’ reports explore different aspects of the move away from institutions towards independent and comm
Global advocacy listserve
WHPCA: "We have set up a list serve to share advocacy opportunities, successes, challenges and information between local, national, regional and global palliative care advocates."
If you want to join click on this link, log into your google account and click 'apply for me
Mental health in the workplace
During our adult lives, a large proportion of our time is spent at work.
Our experience in the workplace is one of the factors determining our overall wellbeing. Employers and managers who put in place workplace initiatives to promote mental health and to suppo