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Inclusion For Human Rights (Webinar)

  • Nov 3, 2010 · 7:30 PM
  • Online Meeting

This is an Online Webinar, 7.30pm London UK Time
Inclusion has become an important debate in the whole area of
human rights. The battle for inclusion in the areas of race and gender has had many successes and most organisations have policies in place to ensure inclusion in these areas. However in the area of Disability there is still a battle to be fought. Many organisations still are not inclusive in this area and a significant proportion of people are denied their basic human rights.

Linda Jordan was a member of Newham Council and a teacher in a mainstream and special school. She is now a Support Team member of Valuing People , the national strategy for improving the lives of people with learning disabilities. She will lead this webinar and open a discussion on the human rights of those with disabilities and their right to be included.

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  • Coleen

    I thought the meetup was very informative with regards the better inclusion of disabled people into society.

    November 6, 2010

  • Robin C.

    Great! Informative. Mucho kudos to Linda.

    November 4, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Very focussed. Kept to the topic and a good beginning for a webinar.

    November 4, 2010

  • Francis S.

    I thought this was a really good webinar and I learned a lot not only about the subject but also about webinars themselves. For an hours webinar if you have a really good presenter and we did last night then it runs well itself without a lot of additional presentation material like power point or videos. These all help but they are additional and the presentation and interaction are the main keys. It really was a good model last night and i was pleased we did it.

    November 4, 2010


    Kindly clarify whether the meet concerns mentally disabled as well.

    November 2, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    I can't attend the webcast, but I'm interested in the subject.

    Are we talking too much about rights and doing too little of practical value to help with disabilty?

    Those rows of empty disable car park spaces, rarely used disable toilets, safety regulations to comply, ultra expensive disability/health furniture;
    We are not seeing many disabled people in employment nor leisure are we?

    October 22, 2010

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