October 6, 2022 - 6:00 pm
October 6, 2022 - 8:30 pm
People with disabilities are often excluded from society. When people with disabilities are migrants, they face multiple exclusions. Some international and national laws and regulations have laid a foundation for inclusion, but in everyday life the challenges have not disappeared. Everyone’s solidarity with people with disabilities is necessary to achieve true inclusion..
For this reason, with this workshop we would like to exchange and reflect on the daily solidarity strategies and actions that everyone can develop in their community to be in solidarity with people with a disability. The workshop will enable participants to learn more about disability and change their own (often reduced) perception of people living with a disability.
- Exchange about the terminology, different forms of disability, inclusion to improve their perception of the issue.
- Reflection on daily solidarity strategies that everyone can develop in their own community to support people with disabilities.
- Exchange of experiences and solidarity that the participants have already experienced.
The workshop is aimed at people with a migrant background and people who work with migrants who are perceived as “disabled”.
Registration at: firstname.lastname@example.org is required.