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The Global Disability Rights Library
The GDRL team is proud to present these twelve new portals:
Please explore these portals and give us your feedback. Did we miss something important? Do you have content to add? How would you sort and organize things differently?
Please contact our librarians to add your insights by emailing email@example.com.
Know someone who needs the GDRL but doesn't have an Internet connection?
The Global Disabiliy Rights Library is included in the eGranary Digital Library, an off-line "Internet-in-a-Box" solution for people or organizations with little or no Internet access. With over 30 million multimedia educational resources, it is an inexpensive way to spread information where it is needed most.
Please visit: www.widernet.org/eGranary/ to learn more...
About the Global Disabiliy Rights Library
The Global Disability Rights Library (GDRL) seeks to build a bridge between global information sources and millions of people with disabilities, advocates, and policymakers around the world by making it easier for them to access hundreds of thousands of educational and organizational resources on disability rights, whether or not they have access to the Internet.
The Global Disability Rights Library, supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), provides a wealth of information to organizations and individuals in developing countries that seek to promote the rights of people with disabilities but lack adequate Internet access.
The Global Disability Rights Library is an enhanced version of the WiderNet Project’s eGranary Digital Library, an off-line information storage and collaboration platform that provides Internet-like access to digital resources without requiring Internet connectivity.
Also learn more about the GDRL at our partner's Web site: United States International Council on Disabilities
As the Global Disability Rights Library project nears completion, reports will be made available here.
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