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Oct. 2020

The Fight for Accessible Voting During COVID-19

In September 2020, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) published a series of resources for voters ahead of the general elections in the United States. These resources included an article written by Lilian Aluri and Rachita Singh (AAPD), which discusses how COVID-19 has created new barriers to voting and solutions to make voting more accessible to everyone during crises. The full text of the article is below and available here ...

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Sept. 2020

Q+A with Barbra Nyangairi, Deaf Zimbabwe Trust

Barbra Nyangairi is the Executive Director of the Deaf Zimbabwe Trust (DZT) and has played a leading role in advocating for the inclusion of hard-of-hearing persons during the COVID-19 pandemic. DZT is an organization that advocates for the promotion, protection and realization of the rights of persons who are Deaf and hard of hearing. In its six years of existence, DZT has contributed to policy reform in education, provision of Sign Language ...

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Aug. 2020

Q&A with INKLUZIVA on Ensuring Equal Access to Rights for People with Disabilities during COVID-19

Members of Inkluziva pose for a group photo while wearing masks to protect themselves against the novel coronavirus. Pictured from left to right: Tatjana Arsovska, Bojana Mladenovska, Blagica Dimitrovska, and Darko Taskovski.

 

In May 2020, the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) interviewed members of the Association for Promotion and Development of Inclusive Society (INKLUZIVA) to learn more about their work to advocate for a disability-inclusive response to COVID-19 ...

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