Disabled Rights News
To challenge ableism that manifests in social justice movements, intersectional understanding of disability is key
Disabled people exist in all our communities; and we must make room for them in conversations and decision-making positions. While ensuring this, it is also important to see if the disability rights movement represents the same diversity.
International Women's Day 2017: How women with disabilities are fighting to be accepted
Anita Ravindra, a Mysore school teacher with multiple disabilities faced sexual harassment and discrimination at the hands of two male colleagues and the school principal for three years before she decided to file a complaint.
Deaf, mute and their right to education: Despite an 8-lakh strong population, no junior or senior college caters to them
Vaishali, 41 years old and Santosh Nade 42 years old, both deaf and dumb, live in one room of 20 by 20 feet in Nashik. Both of them have studied till XII but could not secure job anywhere till now.