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From ‘disability-friendly’ to ‘design for all’: Event

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As a part of #Access4All awareness campaign, CBM and Youth Ki Awaaz is hosting a public event on May 27, 2017 in New Delhi.

As a part of a yearlong awareness campaign by CBM and Youth Ki Awaaz, a youth oriented online platform, we are organising a conversation with participants drawn from diverse background to engage on moving from ‘disability-friendly’ to ‘design for all’. The event will kick-off at 6:00 PM on 27th May 2017 at India International Centre in New Delhi.

Our public spaces, transport and basic services remain inaccessible for millions, despite an unprecedented policy focus on accessibility. Meet the experts and professionals to talk about creating products, services, infrastructure, events, spaces and communication that are 100% accessible for all! Let's create a shift in our conversation, from ‘disability-friendly’ to ‘design for all’, and advocate for accessibility as a basic human right.

Venue: Seminar Room 1 and 2, India International Centre

1. Nipun Malhotra - Co-Founder and CEO, Nipman Foundation
Working for the health, dignity and happiness for persons with disabilities.
2. Shankar Srinivasan - Co-Founder, Inclov
A go-getter by nature, Shankar is passionate about matchmaking and aims to make the world more inclusive.
3. Ruma Roka - Founder, Noida Deaf Society
Winner of the Amazing Indian Award among many others, Ruma's work has led to over 5000 young deaf people being trained with various skills, and 1400 persons with disabilities getting employed in the formal sector.
4. Guddu Singh Panwar - Disability rights activist
Born with a birth defect in his spinal cord, Guddu beat the odds to live life independently and is helping many persons with disabilities do the same.
5. Neha Arora - Founder, Planet Abled
Neha Arora's organization provides accessible and inclusive travel solutions for people with disabilities.​
6. Pradeep Raj - Para-Athlete, Disability Rights Activist
Pradeep Raj is the General Secretary of an NGO called ‘Association of Disabled People’. A national level TT player, he has received the IBN7 Super Idol award, Achiever’s Award 2010, and the National Youth Award 2011-12 for his work to promote disabled sports and advocacy.
7. Binni Kumari - Score Foundation
A 28-year-old with congenital blindness, Binni Kumari works as the Operations Helpdesk Manager at Score Foundation. With a degree in Political Science from Indraprastha College, her ambition is to work towards the betterment of living life with blindness and low vision.
8. Dipendra Manocha - Ashoka Fellow and Director of the Regional Resource Centre, DAISY for All
Blind since childhood, Dipendra Manocha has used technology to build a communications and training infrastructure that enables the disabled to put their abilities to work alongside other citizens in mainstream society.
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Highlights of 2nd T20 World Cup for blind 2017 finals

The highlights of T20 World Cup for the blind finals held at Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru, India


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