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Thanks to the European Netowork on Independent Living. Dpi-Europe supports !https://enil.eu/news/call-to-action-protect-...
21/07/2021
Call to Action: Protect the Right to Family Life & Prevent Institutionalisation for All Children - ENIL - European Network on Independent Living

Thanks to the European Netowork on Independent Living. Dpi-Europe supports !
https://enil.eu/news/call-to-action-protect-the-right-to-family-life-prevent-institutionalisation-for-all-children/

The European Network on Independent Living – ENIL invites its member organisations, other disability rights groups, NGOs, activists, academics and others to support the Call to Action to Protect the Right to Family Life and Prevent Institutionalisation for All Children. Read and support the Call t...

As part of the Conference of States Parties to the International Convention, this year by videoconference, you are invit...
16/06/2021
Disabled Peoples' International Europe DPI-E

As part of the Conference of States Parties to the International Convention, this year by videoconference, you are invited to participate in the parallel discussion to be held in French, with interpretation in English, initiated and moderated by DPI-Europe and the collective international Human Rights - pandemic and disability.
http://www.dpi-europe.org/

A web site of European Citizens with disabilities

International Day of Persons with Disabilities3 DecemberBuilding Back BetterToward a disability-inclusive, accessible an...
01/12/2020

International Day of Persons with Disabilities3 DecemberBuilding Back BetterToward a disability-inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 World
What will tomorrow's world be like? No one knows. Or rather it is competitive because it is a constant, and united because it is essential. To rebuild it, we will need all talents, especially of those who are the most ignored today and who cannot be expressed by them. They are held back, and constrained by unsuitable environments and behaviours.
Many of us are pushed aside out of ignorance or fear, because a part of us is different or impaired. We have the trauma that has amputated, broken or crushed us. Yet after having had to rebuild ourselves, we have learned from reconstruction, and can usefully respond to what the world urgently needs today. A part of us, so-called "disabled" people, have learned, grown up differently and thus explored original and certainly less greedy paths of development. We are in fact sustainable. We have found the paths and we want to share the lessons we have learned.
Our wish for an inclusive world is an opportunity for all. What we learn for ourselves opens up paths of development that are necessarily inclusive, necessarily accessible and in essence sustainable. Our experiences constitute a reservoir of knowledge whose potential is today largely underestimated and under-exploited. The world in which we have access to everything despite our disabilities is a world of equity, in which everyone is considered to make contribution and adapt their ability on the basis to and optimise their way of functioning.
Thus, the post-COVID-19 world will either be built with us or it will not. It will be for all. Every citizen will be able to contribute, whatever his or her capacities and social status. It will be a globalized society that will be more concerned with respect for others and their environment than with profits and power. It is a world of respect for Human Rights, peace and environmental harmony.
When we look at how people with disabilities have contributed to global development, we see that the history of DPI has been part of the history of the CRPD. This is the subject of the side event that is being organized on the occasion of the Conference of States Parties on December 4 from 9:00 pm to 10:15 pm via the Zoom application. Through short videos, key witnesses will present key milestones along the road from the founding of DPI in 1981 to the adoption of the ICHR in 2006, and then look ahead to the current challenges of sustainable development. Our history is an inspiration to all stakeholders, encouraging everyone to be creative and responsive in the face of adversity, as DPI's founders did.
This debate will be held in English and moderated by DPI Board members Trevor Carrol, Australia, and Jean-Luc Simon, France. After Senator Eita Yashiro, Chair of the DPI Asia-Pacific Region, and Tambo Camara, Regional Director for the Africa Region, outline the milestones, Henrietta Davis-Wray, Jamaica, and Dinah Radtke, Germany, current DPI Interim Co-Chairs, look ahead to identify the major challenges facing us and discuss the way forward for DPI's future work in rebuilding the world.
Registration for the debate is required here: http://u0u1.net/VoTk
Passcode to join the ZOOM Webinar for the side event on 3 Dec (NY Time).
link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85017046528?pwd=bU9yZnphVkVIM3QzYnhnWG01b1ZpUT09
ID: 850 1704 6528
Passcode: 133131

We are deeply stunned by the news on that Ms. Rachel Kachaje, DPI-World Chairperson, has passed away.She was one of the ...
05/09/2020

We are deeply stunned by the news on that Ms. Rachel Kachaje, DPI-World Chairperson, has passed away.

She was one of the splendid and distinguished leaders of the world disability movement, and enthusiastically committed to realization of the rights of persons with disabilities and full implementation of CRPD. In Malawi, she was appointed as the Minister for Disability and Elderly Affairs in 2013 and directed the country for development of disability policies and improvement of the living of persons with disabilities.

She also had a close relationship with DPI-Japan. She visited Japan for participation into 6th DPI World Assembly in Sapporo in 2002 and JICA training course “Mainstreaming and Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities in Southern Africa” which was organized by DPI-Japan in 2003, respectively, and shared knowledge and experience of disability movements and empowerment of persons with disabilities in southern Africa. Since then, she occasionally supported DPI-Japan’s activities in and for Africa: For continuation of the JICA training course and launch of the project for the establishment of independent living centers in Africa, she gave us valuable comments and suggestions for the plans, and offered us her networks for implementation. In 2016, after elected as the DPI-World Chairperson, she warmly welcomed the delegates from DPI-Japan at DPI-World Assembly in Cairo, Egypt, and discussed the future of disability movements.

At present situation of COVID-19 pandemic, DPI-World and world disability movements need her strong leadership. The sudden loss of her is too huge to us. But we have to move on with her legacy, and continue our movement for realization of our rights and CRPD. 

May her soul rest in peace. On behalf of members of DPI-Japan, I would like to convey our deep condolences to her family and friends.

September 4, 2020

Midori Hirano
Chairperson of Disabled Peoples’ International Japan Assembly (DPI-Japan)

International Women’s Day 2019Disabled Peoples International is lobbying and fighting for a change in politics for women...
07/03/2019

International Women’s Day 2019
Disabled Peoples International is lobbying and fighting for a change in politics for women and girls with disabilities not to be left behind!
http://dpi.org/

03/12/2018

Be a hummingbird, make your part!

10/11/2018
19/09/2018
KalleKönkköläForUnity

Representatives of Disabled Peoples’ International, we, Rachel Kachaje and DPI Executives Officers, are writing to the disability community members and to all DPI members and friends to express our deep sadness after the death of one of our strong pioneers in the disability fraternity.

Kalle Könköllä was one of the early DPI member who travelled all over Europe and the world at large spreading the spirit of independence, promoting and protecting the rights of persons with disabilities. He was a talented diplomat who found the ways that brought major changes in the thousands grassroots DPOs he visited and supported. He always preached peace and unity and contributed to the strengthening of the organisation bringing visibility and that the voice of persons with disabilities be heard all over the globe.

He has left a big gap in DPI but enriched by his remarkable contribution. He will be greatly missed but always remembered by the disability community. Kalle chaired DPI from 1993 to 1998 with the same peaceful determination. I and my friends will continue to pursue the course of promoting peace and unity in DPI just as Kalle wanted it to be.

https://youtu.be/yeHfJNre6ac

Disabled Peoples’ International is mourning one of his fathers, Kalle Könkkölä passed away on Monday 10th of september 2...
11/09/2018

Disabled Peoples’ International is mourning one of his fathers, Kalle Könkkölä passed away on Monday 10th of september 2018. Our condolences to his family and to all those he has inspired.
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Happy to participate to the 30th anniversary of the All Russian Society in Moscow
16/08/2018

Happy to participate to the 30th anniversary of the All Russian Society in Moscow

The Conference of the States Partie to the Convention for the Rights of people with disabilities elected 3 new members t...
12/06/2018

The Conference of the States Partie to the Convention for the Rights of people with disabilities elected 3 new members to the CRPD Committee, 3 women: Ms Mara GABRILLI from Brazil, Ms Amalia Eva GAMIO RIOS from Mexico and Ms Risnawati UTAMI from Indonesia.
Congratulation to them.

11/05/2018

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Your experience is needed !DPI will happy to support your application when it's appropriate.http://www.internationaldisa...
20/03/2018
Call for Applications: Civil Society Panelist at the Conference of States Parties to the CRPD, 12-14 June 2018

Your experience is needed !
DPI will happy to support your application when it's appropriate.

http://www.internationaldisabilityalliance.org/cosp11-panelist-nomination

The 11th session of the Conference of States Parties (COSP) to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will take place from Tuesday 12 to Thursday 14 June 2018 at UN Headquarters in New York. On Monday 11 June, a Civil Society CRPD Forum will be held to complement the Conference. T...

Celebrating the life of Stephen HawkingThe International Disability Alliance is celebrating the life of Stephen Hawking,...
14/03/2018
Celebrating the life of Stephen Hawking

Celebrating the life of Stephen Hawking
The International Disability Alliance is celebrating the life of Stephen Hawking, the English theoretical physicist known for his work in relativity and quantum mechanics.
Hawking combined family life with his research into theoretical physics, in addition to an extensive programme of travel and public lectures. Professor Hawking went on to Cambridge to become a brilliant researcher and Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College. Hawking had over a dozen honorary degrees and was awarded the CBE in 1982. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and a member of the US National Academy of Science. Stephen Hawking was regarded as one of the most brillia nt theoretical physicists since Einstein.
Please join the International Disability Alliance in celebrating the life of the great mind of Hawking.. Read and share: http://bit.ly/2HvEayD

The International Disability Alliance is celebrating the life of Stephen Hawking, the English theoretical physicist known for his work in relativity and quantum mechanics.

Disabled Peoples ' International Asia-Pacific
07/03/2018

Disabled Peoples ' International Asia-Pacific

Dear all regional members,

Mr. Javed Abidi has passed away on March 4 in his hometown in New Dehli. He had been strong leader of persons with disabilities in India more than 20 years. He was also one of influential leaders in the world with his supports of persons with disabilities in developing countries, especially those of suffering from poor conditions. I have known him more than 20 years and worked with him in many opportunities.

DPI’s motto “Nothing about us without Us” express a key idea of struggle for human rights that self-determination is essential for achieving true equality. Since 1981, unity in diversity and strength in our weakness essentially recognize and respect within DPI. From this strong point, DPI would keep moving forward for improvement of human rights of persons with disabilities all over the world.

I hereby convey my deep and sincere condolences to his family and pray for him rest in peace.

Shoji Nakanishi
Chairperson of DPI Asia-Pacific Region

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04/03/2018

http://dpi.org/index.html
International Women's Day 2018
Disabled Peoples International is lobbying and fighting for a change in politics: Implement the CRPD and the 2030 Agenda!

24/01/2018
An aspiring DJ with Down syndrome pursues his dream

Thanks Joey, you realize what's everyone dreams; enjoying achievements and sharing successes, which is the best way to support by inspiring your peers and finally all youths. Thanks to Ali for sharing this message of hope that give to the DPI team a lovely opportunity to express its best wishes to all readers, contributors and supporters.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5299305/An-aspiring-DJ-syndrome-pursues-dream.html#ixzz554juFunB

Joey Agostino, 23, an aspiring DJ from Norwalk, Connecticut, pursued his dreams when he got a scholarship that let him professionally train and he landed a gig in front of almost 2,000 people.

http://starpress.info/ali-jookhun-president-de-u-link-laccent-etre-mis-lintegration-personnes-handicapees-3207/
07/12/2017
Ali Jookhun, président de U-Link : «L’accent doit être mis sur l’intégration des personnes handicapées» • Star

http://starpress.info/ali-jookhun-president-de-u-link-laccent-etre-mis-lintegration-personnes-handicapees-3207/

La journée internationale des personnes handicapées est observée en ce dimanche 3 décembre 2017. Le thème retenu cette année est «Des transformations durables pour une société inclusive». Ali Jookhun, Disability Rights & Awarenes Campaigner, attire l’attention sur l’importance de l’i...

Today disabled people are speaking at the European Parliament in Brussels André discussing to adopt 3 resolutions on 1-:...
06/12/2017

Today disabled people are speaking at the European Parliament in Brussels André discussing to adopt 3 resolutions on 1-: Acessibility to the next European elections 2-: European Strategy 2020-2030 3-: Inclusion in SDGs.
Enjoy on www.europarl.europa.eu/ep-live

17/10/2017

Merci à Elena Chamorro
Les constats et exhortations de Mme. Devandas, experte en droits de personnes handicapées auprès de l'ONU:
#Désinstitutionnalisation,

"Durant mon séjour, de nombreux interlocuteurs chargés du handicap ont exprimé leur point de vue selon lequel les personnes handicapées devraient bénéficier de services spécialisés distincts, notamment dans le cadre d’établissements résidentiels, de façon à leur fournir les meilleurs soins, les protéger de toute atteinte, stigmatisation ou discrimination éventuelles, et assurer leur sécurité en compagnie de leurs pairs handicapés. Conformément à ce point de vue, les tentatives actuelles pour répondre aux besoins des personnes handicapées sont extrêmement spécialisées, isolées et cloisonnées. L’accent est mis sur la déficience de l’individu et non pas sur la transformation de la société et de l’environnement pour assurer des services accessibles et inclusifs ainsi qu’un accompagnement de proximité(…)
Non seulement ce type de réponses isolées perpétue la méprise selon laquelle les personnes handicapées seraient " objets de soins " et non pas " sujets de droits ", mais il accentue leur isolement face à la société et entrave et/ou retarde les politiques publiques visant à modifier l’environnement de façon radicale et systématique pour éliminer les obstacles, qu’ils soient physiques, comportementaux ou liés à la communication.(…)
Je m'inquiète fortement du très grand nombre de personnes handicapées vivant en établissements en France. Environ 100,000 enfants et 200,000 adultes handicapés résident dans des institutions de toutes sortes. La majorité de ces établissements bénéficient d’aides publiques et sont gérés par des organismes à but non lucratif, notamment des associations de parents. Malgré leur hétérogénéité en termes de taille, d’appellation et d’organisation, ils ont en commun le fait de séparer et d’isoler les personnes de la communauté, violant leur droit de choisir et maîtriser leur mode de vie et d'accompagnement, tout en limitant considérablement leur décision au quotidien.(…)
J’aimerais insister sur le fait qu’il n’existe pas de " bons établissements " dans la mesure où tous imposent un mode de vie donné, qui entrave la capacité de l’individu à mener une vie décente sur la base de l’égalité avec les autres. Les personnes handicapées, y compris celles nécessitant un fort accompagnement, doivent pouvoir vivre en société et choisir elles-mêmes leur lieu et mode de résidence(…)
A cet égard, j’exhorte le Gouvernement à adopter un plan d’action concret pour assurer la fermeture progressive de tous les établissements existants et transformer l’offre actuelle de services pour personnes handicapées en solutions d’accompagnement et de logements de proximité. La désinstitutionalisation des enfants handicapés doit constituer une priorité politique et le Gouvernement devrait envisager un moratoire pour suspendre toute nouvelle admission(…)"

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