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December 3 marks International Day of People With Disabilities, and for this year’s celebrations, the 2021 theme ‘Fighting for rights in the post-COVID era’ will be recognised.
In 2021, we are celebrating the challenges, opportunities and overcoming of barriers for people who live with disabilities, in the context of life during a global pandemic.
Please show your support on December 3 this year by spreading awareness of the theme ‘Fighting for rights in the post-COVID era’ and celebrating the achievements of people with disability in your community and right around the world.
In a time when many are social distancing to protect their health, being able to show support on social media and digital spaces is a great way to celebrate IDPWD 2021 while keeping each other safe. For FREE downloadable materials and supporter content, please visit: idpwd.org/downloadable-content/
Since March 2020, people the world over have been impacted by drastic political, social and economic challenges and change as a result of domestic and international responses to COVID-19.
This year, International Day of People with Disabilities should be used to recognise that people who live with disabilities are among the most vulnerable and affected populations amid the COVID pandemic.
Where marginalisation, discrimination, vulnerability and exploitation are everyday factors for many people living with disability, the increased risk of poor outcomes have been magnified during the pandemic, along with reduced access to routine health care and rehabilitation services, more pronounced social isolation, poorly-tailored public health messaging, inadequately constructed mental health services, and a lack of emergency preparedness for people with special needs.
We call on domestic and international public health officials, political representatives, advocates, supporters, and citizens in communities right around the world to learn from the experiences of people living with disabilities during this pandemic, and push for more meaningful investments into the socioeconomic building blocks which will reduce the barriers faced by people with disabilities around the world. ... See MoreSee Less
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