• Comics for awareness on Disability and Inclusion

    Comics for awareness on Disability and Inclusion

    Leveraging the popular format of cartoons with visual appeal and simple messaging, CBM has come up with a series of comics and posters on disability and inclusion to reach new audiences and add to the public resources for stronger association with disability issues. One of the challenges in garnering support for the inclusion of people […]

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    A step towards Accessible-Elections 2019

    District Election Commissioner and State Disability Commissioner (SDC), Ranchi issued a letter of authorization to CBM supported organization CSS (Chotanagpur Sanskritik Sangh) to ensure and facilitate accessible voting in 12 Booths at Ranchi & Gumla district, Jharkhand. CSS under campaign SVEEP (Systematic Voter’s Education and Electoral Participation) collaborated with State level DPO (Disabled People’s Organisation), […]

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    “Self Advocacy” Workshop for Persons with Disability

    Inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in livelihood schemes has always been a challenge. Their participation in MGNREGA or SRLM remains negligible, if not zero. Centered around this thought a joint action plan between CBM, Bhartiya Viklang Jan Forum (BVJF) and Parivaar – NCPO (National Confederation of Parents Organizations) was created which focused on training […]

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    Workshop on Universal Design & Accessibility

    Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India, initiated a nation-wide “Accessible India Campaign” (Sugamya Bharat Abhiyan)in 2015 for achieving universal accessibility for people with disabilities. One major objective of the campaign is to create more accessible Government buildings. CBM has been promoting universal accessibility as a cross-cutting principle through its programmes and also […]

  • Stand up for Education: Time to Deliver

    Global funding for education is declining with governments and donors not prioritising education investment (Education Commission Report, 2016). When allocated, it is neither tracked efficiently nor is the data disaggregated according to gender, age, and disability. The same applies to humanitarian aid for education