"Universal access to information means that everyone has the right to seek, receive and impart information. This right is an integral part of the right to freedom of expression." - (UN) The United Nation's Convention for Persons with Disabilities Article 21 stipulates: Article 21 – Freedom of expression and opinion, and access to informationStates Parties … Continue reading Accenture – DefiMedia – ULink: An Inclusive Access to Literacy Through Technology
Peace... the calm and smooth state which defines us as the desired emotional state. As we grow and experience different moments, encounter different individual,s and learn to surpass obstacles or embrace what we define as acceptable to ourselves. Our definition of solace evolves. Our usual work environment We wish for joyful and that invisible friendship … Continue reading Are We at Peace?
The airline industry has been evolving and adapting to various conjuncture and market demands. Persons with disabilities are the world's largest majority. One billion people, or 15% of the world's population, experience some form of disability. Where services from the airline industry have been improving to meet the needs and demands of travelers, there exists … Continue reading Flight Cancellations / Delays? Impact on travelers with disabilities.
#notoharassment From July 2021 to date; there have been endless instances where Persons with disabilities are in the limelight. Neither due to their abilities nor due to independent emancipation. Rather it has either been due to harassment or artificial sympathy, these individuals are as important as other humans. It is a shame the identity of … Continue reading Persons with Disabilities – Empowerment or Marginalised?
The recent days, multiple media outlets and world affairs are centered and gravitated around the warfare in Ukraine. To the layman not much has been explained and no simple information shared, We all understand there will be economic outcomes and multiple individual lives will be claimed while defined as the fight for freedom, For the … Continue reading ♦ Transparent Shield to Opaque Outcome – Covid-19 or Warfare?
To the breeze of a warm evening, you give meaning to every beginning. Amazing it can be, you are as soothing as the beginning of the river down the blissful waves. It may have been an endless tale of multiple hurdles; one warm cuddle shall end the struggle. A smile as resplendent as the moonlight, … Continue reading Endorse Her; Through Whirpool
Disability is a physical or mental condition that limits a person's movements, senses, or activities. In spite of limitations and obstacles, different persons with different disabilities seek a more independent and factual living. 17th October is designated International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. The observance of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty … Continue reading Disability and Poverty? The continuous mismatch.
The wait extends to infinite horizons, her voice echoed a medley of affirming stature while I remind myself of the trenches I used to be. A stranger at a time, where she was dawn I was dusk. She is the golden hour The Jimny's grey green olive bodywork reflected how the sunset speaks unleashed emotions. … Continue reading Awaiting her eyes reflect mine
Delusional by the adversity of exclusion, I set foot each day with the firstthought of how I am going to be included in mainstream today. Disability ormaybe just partial hindrance to cope with mainstream abilities. Growing toembrace my disability, I have my pace to revamp and adjust to fit inmainstream. Productivity and efficiency … Continue reading Horses emancipating Abilities – Disability forfeited
For rainbows to exist there should be thunderstorms before the rays of sunlight peek through dawn. Each individual breathes, lives and revives. We revive our memories, heartfelt emotions but what strikes the most remains the heartfelt injuries and harm one goes through. To the sky we look up to, to our achievements we feel proud … Continue reading ● Absolute Truth – Overruled Perception