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Watch: Don't miss the inspiring story of this Mumbai foot artist

Updated : Jul 18, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : India

Watch: Don't miss the inspiring story of this Mumbai foot artist

He was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of six months. But, that didn't stop this talented man from following his dream of becoming an artist. #India #Mumbai #Disability #art #cerebral palsy #Persons with disability #Shareworthy #foot artist
Lack of medicines, patient privacy and support: Why is India not helping the mentally ill?

Updated : Jul 16, 2016

By : Divya Srivastava

Category : Life

Lack of medicines, patient privacy and support: Why is India not helping the mentally ill?

India can no longer afford to let the burden of mental ill health continue to grow unchecked, we need to enable our disabled people to live an 'able' life. #India #Mental health #Disability #physically challenged #FWeekend #BodyAndSoul
SC ruling will make airlines reconsider harassing persons with disabilities: Jeeja Ghosh

Updated : May 16, 2016

By : Sreemoy Talukdar

Category : Life

SC ruling will make airlines reconsider harassing persons with disabilities: Jeeja Ghosh

Jeeja, who's the head of Advocacy & Disability Studies at Kolkata's Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy (IICP), called the Supreme Court judgment an "eye opener". #ThatsJustWrong #air india #SpiceJet #Disability #Jeeja Ghosh #Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy #differently-abled #IICP #rights activist #Utprabh Tiwari #disability sector
Trump called out for appearing to mock NYT reporter's disability

Updated : Nov 27, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

Trump called out for appearing to mock NYT reporter's disability

An advocacy group is offering Donald Trump sensitivity training after the Republican presidential candidate appeared to mock a reporter with a disability. #NewsTracker #Disability #NYT #Trump
Disabled activist who helped frame air security rules made to get off wheelchair at Delhi airport

Updated : Oct 01, 2015

By : FP Staff

Category : India

Disabled activist who helped frame air security rules made to get off wheelchair at Delhi airport

A disabled rights activist who helped frame the guidelines to make air travel easier for disabled passengers, was made to get off his wheelchair at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. #Delhi #didyouknow #Disability #Indira Gandhi International Airport #CISF #Central Industrial Security Force #Airport security #Wheelchair #Javed Abidi #Shareworthy #Disabled Peoples’ International
Watch: Viral PSA about diversity and inclusion wins award at Cannes Liones

Updated : Jun 30, 2015

By : FP Staff

Category : Life

Watch: Viral PSA about diversity and inclusion wins award at Cannes Liones

When we think of public service advertisements (PSA), we usually associate it with serious topics and grim messages, but this US Ad Council PSA shows that it doesn't always have to be that way. #Religion #Disability #Diversity #Sexual orientation #Race #ViralVideo #inclusion #Shareworthy #US Ad council
 Why Margarita, With A Straw  could have been the best film of the year, and why it isn't

Updated : Apr 21, 2015

By : Mihir Fadnavis

Category : Bollywood

Why Margarita, With A Straw could have been the best film of the year, and why it isn't

Shonali Bose’s Margarita, With A Straw had a lot of ground to cover and obstacles to avoid. She and the film succeeded beautifully, but only halfway. #CriticalPoint #Kalki Koechlin #Disability #Sexuality #Shonali Bose #Margarita with A Straw #Laila
Love for differently abled: The Matrimony Project is a responsible version of Tinder

Updated : Feb 15, 2015

By : Simantini Dey

Category : Life

Love for differently abled: The Matrimony Project is a responsible version of Tinder

Khona's clients range from those grappling with physical challenges to those suffering from health and skin disorders. #OnOurMind #Disability #Shaadi.com #Valentine's Day #Tinder #physically challenged #The Matrimony Project #Wanted Umbrella
Who said you can't run? Here's how a group is helping blind players come together

Updated : Feb 06, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : Life

Who said you can't run? Here's how a group is helping blind players come together

We first met the Runninghour team more than a year ago when we were making a film about a group of blind tennis players. They were training for a 10km race to get fitter for their tennis. It was their first-ever public run. #Singapore #Disability #Running #Visually Impaired #blind #volunteer #Our Better World #Running hour #sports for the blind #visually diasabled #visually handicapped #jogging
Abused and no hope of escape: Women treated worse than animals in Indian mental hospitals

Updated : Dec 04, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : Life

Abused and no hope of escape: Women treated worse than animals in Indian mental hospitals

After convincing the 45-year-old to let them in, they forcibly sedated her and took her away. She woke up in a private mental hospital with barbed wire on the windows, where she was medicated against her will and forced to undergo electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). #Women #Disability #Human Rights Watch #mental illness #mental hospital #Indian mental hospital