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ADDC Bulletin 18th April, 2013


Welcome to the April 18th, 2013 ADDC’s Bulletin.

CONTENTS 
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UPDATES
 
ADDC & CBM- CALL TO ACTION 
Call to Action: ALP Parliamentarians 
Call to Action – Coalition Parliamentarians 
The South Pacific Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) commits to partnership with Pacific Disability Forum. 
Issues Faced by Pacific Women with Disabilities Discussed in Noumea 
Drive for quality in global education post-2015 
Promoting an inclusive post 2015 development agenda 
UN General Assembly Focussing on Current and Future Development Agenda, its President says 
Sign Language- News Words Created 
Video Sign 
Young Voices: A Global Campaign for Equality 
Ghana Wheelchair Tennis 
Netherlands Leprosy Relief Request for Assistance with Survey 
CRPD Parallel Report Group in Geneva, Switzerland 
Jackson named Special Olympics ambassador 

CONFERENCES and EVENTS
 
Refer to ADDC website: Calendar of Events for new items 
Refer to Global Development International calendar 
Evidence-based action on social determinants of health: Where should society invest? 
Reframing the youth bulge: From problem to solution 
Brilliant and Resilient Photo Exhibit: Celebrating the Power of Women with Disability Activists 
Key Elements in Participatory Program Management for Australia Non-Government Organisations 
EASPD Conference: Employment of persons with disabilities: Raising awareness & employment opportunities 
Short Course: Disability Inclusion within International Development Projects
Join the Knowledge Community on Inclusive Education 
Second Global Partnership on Children with Disabilities (GPcwd) Forum 
UN High Level Meeting of the General Assembly on Disability and Development 

EMPLOYMENT and FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
 
Road Safety Project Coordinator - Handicap International 
Consultant – Electoral Process accessibility to Zimbabweans with disabilities 

RESOURCES
 
Advocacy for All: A quick guide to including disability in development policy 
What matters most? Evidence from 84 participatory studies with those living with extreme poverty and marginalization 
Forthcoming WHO Mental Health Assessment Textbook Will Prove Helpful in Humanitarian Crises 
New Reader: Humanitarian Aid – All Inclusive! How to include people with disabilities in humanitarian action 
IWDA's submission to the UN Committee on Rights of Persons with Disabilities 
World Report now available in International Sign Language 
Accessible  PDF version of the study ‘A human rights-based approach to disability in development. Entry points for development organisations’ 
Mental Health and Social and Emotional Wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, Families and Communities 

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