Type: Handout

A collection of resouces for decision makers and advocates for disability rights worldwide.
  • Общероссийские организации инвалидов
    • Общероссийские организации инвалидов.Список внесённых в ведомственный реестр зарегистрированных общероссийских организаций инвалидов по состоянию на 19.03.2008 Федеральной регистрационной службой (Росрегистрацией)
  • Accommodating Employees in Retail Settings
    • Provides suggestions for job accommodation in position such as sales associate, sales manager, and a buyer.
  • Acomodaciones en el Empleo Para Empleados con Artritis
    • La siguiente información es una visión rápida general sobre las acomodaciones que pueden ser útiles para personas con artritis.
  • Acomodaciones en el Empleo Para Personas con Deterioro Espaldar
    • La siguiente información es una visión general sobre las acomodaciones que pueden ser útiles para personas con problemas de espalda.
  • Assessments and Statement, CSIE Summary
    • This information leaflet summarises relevant legislation regarding inclusive education, introduces the revised Code of Practice and describes the assessment and statementing procedure, including outline details of: special educational needs appeals; reviews and amendments to statements; and change of school and leaving school. It also lists contact details of relevant organisations and other sources of information
  • Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education Leaflet
    • A leaflet from the Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education which explains the organizations mission and their various practices in advocating for inclusive education.
  • Client Handbook
    • This handout describes the general services which Disability Advocacy New South Wales, Australia provides. They explain the various rights of people with disabilities and when those individuals may wish to search for assistance in advocacy. PDF format.
  • Deafblind Rights Factsheet
    • This handout provides guidance to local authorities on how they should provide services to deafblind people.
  • DIWA: Who We Are?
    • A brochure from Disabled Women in Africa (DIWA) expressing their mission statement. The DIWA advocate for the rights, visibility, and empowerment of women with disabilities in Africa.
  • Fair Access to Care Services
    • This handout describes the Fair Access to Care Services guidance that came into effect in England in 2003. This resource shows how the local authorities decide who needs care services and how they provide those services.
  • Inclusive Education - The Right to Belong to the Mainstream
    • Information leaflet on previous work of the Centre and the philosophy behind including children in mainstream schools.
  • Job Accommodation for Persons with Amputation (Spanish)
    • Sugerencias para acomodar personas que tienen amputaciones.
  • Know Your Rights: Disability Discrimination
    • This brochure is designed to teach Australians with disabilities about discrimination as defined by the Disability Discrimination Act. Included are a list of human rights of people with disabilities and appropriate ways to react to and report discrimination. PDF format.
  • My Life, My Right, My Choice Card
    • This handout is simply a card which persons with disabilities can use to relay their choices to doctors, officials, family members, etc. It allows users to make decisions prior to arriving at different institutions and increases the individual's ability to voice their choices affirmatively.
  • Policy and Procedure Handbook
    • This is a handbook from Deafblind International which reveals the framework of the organization and the policies under which they operate.
  • Preventative Women's Health Care for Women with Disabilities: Brochure
    • This is an informational brochure about preventative women's health care targeted to women with disabilities. PDF format.
  • Ten Reasons for Inclusion
    • Colour A4 poster outlining arguments supporting the inclusion of disabled children in mainstream schools
  • The Deafblind Guidance-- A Summary
    • This handout explains what local authorities need to do in order to provide the proper services for deafblind people.
  • The MindFreedom International Truth Brochure
    • This two-page handout describes common myths about mental and emotional problems and provides an alternate perspective. PDF format.
  • The rights of people with mental health problems and intellectual disabilities to take part in politics
    • This booklet briefly describes the laws in various European Union countries that affect whether people with intellectual or psychosocial disabilities are able to vote. It is written in "easy-read" format with pictures to be understood by readers with intellectual disabilities.
  • The Value of Branding
    • This handout is a lesson in marketing non-governmental organizations with a brand or identity to receive optimal success. PDF format.
  • The Value of Marketing
    • This handout is a tool for teaching disabled people's organizations the value of marketing themselves as an organization. It gives broad suggestions on marketing an organization. PDF format.
  • Tips for People with Disabilities and Medical Concerns
    • Tips and a checklist for people with disabilities to prepare for emergency situations.
  • Training and Development for Protective Workshops Persons with Disabilities
    • This is a handout which allows individuals participating in disability rights workshops in South Africa to interactively build the capacity to advocate for the rights of people with disabilities. The handout is specific to the framework of the South African government and various national and regional conditions of South Africa. PDF format.
  • What To Do If You Don't Get What You Should
    • This handout briefly explains some of the procedures to go through if you feel you are not receiving the appropriate services from local authorities necessary for your disability.
  • Women, Disabled, Queer: Working Together for our Sexuality and Rights
    • This flyer provides essential information on disability and sexuality.
  • Your Right To Assessment
    • This resource explains how to obtain an assessment as a deafblind person, what your assessment should include, and why being assessed by the local authorities is important.
  • Your Right to Education Services for Your Deafblind Child
    • This handout explains how to obtain a statement in order to provide educational services for your deafblind child.
  • Your Right to One-On-One Support
    • This handout discusses how to obtain one-on-one support as well as the different types of people who are qualified to provide one-on-one support to those with deafblindness.
  • Your Rights to Information
    • This handout explains a deafblind person's right to information and how local authorities should make information available to those with deafblindness.
  • Your Rights to Social Services for Your Deafblind Child
    • This handout recognizes that the assistance needed by deafblind children is different from the assistance needed by deafblind adults. This handout also discusses how to know if your child would benefit from services provided by the government.