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Disability Resources - Human Rights

Links in this category: 10. Newest link in this category: 2018-01-16

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APNIL, the Asia-Pacific Network for Independent Living Centers
website of APNIL, the Asia-Pacific Network for Independent Living Centers, spreading Independent Living principles and approach to the developing countries of Asia and the Pacific.
http://apnil.org/
International interest,
Link checked 2019-02
Bahá'í International Community - Human Rights and Disability
Statement to the fortieth session of the United Nations Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Agenda item 7: human rights and disability.
http://www.bic-un.bahai.org/88-0806.htm
International interest,
United States,
English language,
Link checked 2019-02
Crosspoint Anti Racism
A collection of international links in the field of of Human Rights, Anti-Racism, Refugees, Women's rights, Antifascism, Shoah, etc.
http://www.magenta.nl/crosspoint/index.h..
International interest,
Netherlands,
English language,
Link checked 2019-02
Threshold Association, Finland
The Threshold Association is a human rights organization of disabled people with headquarters in Helsinki. There are about 1,500 members: people with different kinds of disabilites, their allies and non-disabled people. The Association is managed and governed by disabled people themselves.
http://kynnys.fi/in-english/
International interest,
Finland,
Finnish language,
Link checked 2019-02
All Walks Of Life
Works to prevent violence against people with disabilities. We accomplish our purpose by collecting data, providing education, publishing reports and working with other like-minded individuals and organizations.
http://www.awol-texas.org/
United States,
English language,
Link checked 2019-02
Disability rights (AU)
The home page of Disability Rights policy and projects within the Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission. Here you can find a range of resources and links on disability rights and discrimination issues.
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/..
Australia,
English language,
Link checked 2019-02
United Spinal Association (formerly the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association - EVPA)
On May 22, 1946, a small group of World War II veterans held a meeting of at Halloran Army Hospital, Staten Island, NY to form an organization to be their voice in seeking a better quality of life for veterans with spinal cord injuries. In January 2004 the group changed their name to the United Spinal Association from the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association - EVPA. The scope of the organisation broadened and they now include all Americans with Spinal Cord Impairment.
http://www.unitedspinal.org/
United States,
English language,
Link checked 2019-02


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