Category: Newsletters from DPOs

Newsletters produced by Disabled People's Organizations (DPOs). For DPO sites please visit the Disabled People's Organizations (DPOs) & Disability-Oriented Organizations Portal.
  • Advocacy in Action Newsletter
    • This newsletter targets people with a disability living in rural and regional areas of New South Wales, Australia. The aim of this newsletter is to discuss issues relevant to the people involved in the Advocacy in Action Network and to keep people in touch and involved in issues.
  • Colourless Existence
    • Awareness Voluntary Organization has published Colourless Existence, this Awareness Bulletin about Disability Issues in Pakistan will play a vital role in clearing the misconception from both, persons with disability as well as the general public of false assumption of each other and an inclusive society will start to emerge. This bulletin will change people’s outlook towards persons with disabilities and bring about a positive mind-set, and a sphere of mutual understanding among them.
  • Deaf Link Uganda: Tweyambe Deaf Development Project (TDDW)
    • This newsletter describes activities of the Tweyambe Deaf Development Project, which has made microcredit loans to Deaf women in Uganda to establish entrepreneual activities.
  • DeafHear Matters: Fall 2009
    • This issue of DeafHear Matters focuses on the various successful activities of DeafHear.ie in 2009. Included is a description of a parent's seminar, fire safety for people who are deaf and Sign Language Interpreting Service accreditation.
  • DeafHear Matters: Spring 2010
    • This is a newsletter from DeafHear which highlights the National Screening Project, and the Hearing Service Money Matters Project, along with other successful activities DeafHear has concducted and/or participated in for the community of people who are deaf in Ireland.
  • Disability Rights Bulletin
    • This monthly newsletter is produced by the International Disability Alliance. It is intended for experts advocating for the rights of persons with disabilities, particularly within the Geneva-based global human rights machinery. Each issue is available in both Word and PDF format.
  • DPA Publications: Bites Magazine
    • Bites Magazine, released every two months, is a newsletter. It shares news and updates on the work of DPA New Zealand, an umbrella organization in New Zealand representing people with disabilities, their families, and service providers.
  • DPI Newsletter Archives
    • This page provides links to past issues of a weekly electronic newsletter for Disabled People's International.
  • European Blind Union Newsletter
    • On-line version of the newsletter for the European Blind Union, in English and French.
  • February to May Newsletter (Khmer)
    • The CDPO newsletter from February to May 2010. (Khmer Language)
  • Human Rights Africa
    • This electronic newsletter is disseminated about three times a year by the Secretariat of the African Decade of Persons with Disabilities. Archived issues going back to 2007 can be downloaded at the link.
  • Include: Deinstitutionalisation and Community Living (Newsletter 2/2007)
    • This newsletter covers issues related to deinstitutionalization and community living, inclusion of people with disabilities in the community, and equal participation. PDF format.
  • June to December Newsletter (Khmer)
    • The CDPO newsletter from June to December 2010. (Khmer Language)
  • Lantern Magazine
    • The Lantern publication from Perkins School for the Blind talks about their family on campus, in the community and around the world. Back issues available to 2001 available as PDF or HTML.
  • Leonard Cheshire Disability: News and Media
    • The media and PR team provides a full service to journalists on Leonard Cheshire Disability's work, including the care and support we give to disabled people, our policy and campaigning work, and fundraising and employment initiatives.
  • Link Up: August 2010
    • This is the August 2010 edition of 'Link Up', People with Disability's newsletter. Topics include activities in various regions of Australia, the Disability Rights Information Service, and the perspective of Aboriginal people with disabilities.
  • Link Up: January 2008
    • This edition of Link Up, the newsletter of Persons with Disability Australia focuses on accessible transportation for persons with disabilities. Despite an Australian law which calls for more accessible transportation, not enough has been done to fix the problem.
  • Link Up: November 2010
    • The November 2010 edition of Link Up, PWD's newsletter. Highlighted in this issue are various events held by PWD and the importance of arts and recreation in the lives of persons with disabilities.
  • Link Up: September 2008
    • This is the September 2008 edition of Link Up, the newletter from People with Disability Australia. This issue address PWD Australia's involvment in international disability rights activities.
  • Making a Difference: Service Impact Report 2008/2009
    • This is an annual report from DeafHear.ie regarding their service impact in 2008/2009. It gives examples of their services and the ways in which they have successfully impacted the deaf community in Ireland.
  • NEDA Newsletter June 2010
    • The June 2010 National Ethnic Disability Alliance. Topics covered include organisational updates, reports, and projects & inquiries within the organization. Word Document format.
  • NESB & Disability Electronic Newsletter
    • A newsletter for people interested in issues relevant to people from a non English-speaking background (NESB) with disability and their families and carers.
  • Newsletter, Position Papers, and Information Sheets from Advocacy for Inclusion
    • This page can lead you to the newsletter for the organization Advocacy for Inclusion, position papers, and information sheets. This organization is based in Australia.
  • Perkins School for the Blind eNewsletter
    • Bi-monthly eNewsletter sharing resources and stories to provide "insight" to individuals who are interested in, or affected by, blindness, deafblindness or visual impairments. Read past issues below.
  • PSRD News
    • The Autumn 2010, Vol III newsletter from the Pakistan Society for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled.
  • Sexual Assault and Adults with a Disability: Enabling Recognition, Disclosure and a Just Response
    • This newsletter issue provides clear directions for future research and practice in responding to and preventing sexual assault among adults with a disability. PDF format.
  • Share with Us
    • This newsletter by the Multicultural Disability Advocacy Assocation (MDAA) of New South Wales, Australia focuses on and provides information relevant to people from a non-English speaking background with disability and their families. This page has newsletters that date back to 2007.
  • The Network: The National Disability Magazine of Papua New Guinea
    • Information about disability in Papua New Guinea, as well as personal life stories, awareness articles and tips.
  • The Perkins School for the Blind Annual Report
    • The Perkins Annual Report brings you the highlights, faces and stories of the year at Perkins. Available back to 2001 as PDFs or HTML documents.
  • United Nations Enable Newsletter
    • Provides updates on the disability-related activities of the various United Nations agencies. This electronic newsletter is released approximately once a month. This page links to back issues from 2008 onwards.
  • United Voice Newsletters
    • This page leads to past newsletters from the United Voice self-advocacy organization of people with intellectual and learning disabilities in Malaysia.
  • Women with Disabilities Australia Newsletters and Update Reports (1992 - current)
    • Here you can download Women with Disabilities Australian newsletters dating back to 1992. Newsletters open in Microsoft Word.
  • WWDA Newsletter Issue 4 2010
    • This issue of the Women with Disabilities Australia newsletter gives updates on WWDA activities and includes the transcript of an interview with a professor from The Open University about issues of sterilization among persons with disabilities. PDF format.