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“Despite all the promises given by the Odesa Regional Administration, the light was turned off in “Kuyalnyk”..."
I wrote more than 100 emails and Facebook messages to businesses, donors, partners, and publishers, philanthropists – I received few answers and no funds
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has adopted the law, which provides for amending the law of Ukraine on ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Optional Protocol
Corrections have been made to the official Ukrainian translation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Medical Problems Remain Even after Captivity...
It is important that we are perceived not as only those who ask. We live and live a full life, says Paralympics champion
Inaffordability of visa application and transportation costs is one of the essential visa barriers for people with disabilities in Ukraine
The experts from the State Employment Center often call employers and ask directly whether they need a disabled person
71,085 internally displaced persons with disabilities have been registered in Ukraine
The restaurant also promised to develop a special training program for its employees on servicing the people with disabilities
The neighbors changed their opinion about the children with Down syndrome as soon as they saw our Artem.
Twenty bedridden residents of Horlivka residential care facility for people with disabilities were not evacuated and 19 of them already died
The parking lots and ticket offices with lower sills for people with disabilities are planned to be equipped at the railway stations
Haven’t you made friends with her on Facebook yet? Haven’t you asked her for an autograph yet? Haven’t you recognized her in the street yet? You’re welcome to meet Yulia Resenchuk, a girl who makes a revolution in changing our attitude
The children with a rare bone disease can break a bone following any careless movement - sneezing or even heaviness of a children's blanket.
It’s difficult but still possible to find a job, including well-paid, for a person with disability in Ukraine.
74% of women with musculoskeletal disorders visit a doctor only as the need arises.
The relevant law should be elaborated and passed to do that.
The American Medical Centers, The British Council and the Softcom Group IT-company became the leaders of the Ukrainian corporate equality index 2014.
How and why are the persons with disabilities excluded from the public life?
Establishing full guardianship for people with disabilities deprives them of access to justice and the right to independent life
Being in relationship free from abuse, violence and coercion is the elementary thing, which should be provided for the people with intellectual disabilities
The Other feature film is a psychological drama describing the problems of a person with disability
Experts have discussed the need to change the current legislation in order to ensure the participation of people with disabilities in the electoral process
On June 5, the Council of Judges of Ukraine unanimously voted in favor of equipping the courts with informational self-service terminals
Public organizations in support of people with disabilities have urged the Ukrainian government to introduce systemic changes and overcome the barriers that prevent such people from being fully included in society
An international rights group said in a report Thursday that growing numbers of disabled children in Ukraine are being condemned to life in orphanages and institutions blighted by neglect and abuse
Muharrem is young man with a hearing impairment. He usually goes shopping or for a walk to the park with his sister who helps him communicate with the world
The first international conference “Universal Design as a tool for building an inclusive society” was hosted in Kyiv on February 13 of 2015
For soldiers and civilians who acquired a disability during in the ATO, it is necessary not only to heal, but also to promote their employability and socialization
Dmytro Zharyi, wheelchair bound, has won a case on discrimination of persons with disabilities against a pharmacy chain. The whole chain is stripped of its license