Last Friday I took a part in a meeting with disabled youngsters. Every week they meet up and communicate with other students to get practical life skills. I believe it provides the opportunity to learn appropriate social behaviors and make new connections, a way of recovery, gives access to activities and services not available on a regular base. Disabled or able-bodied, we all have the power and responsibility to make society more inclusive for everyone. Here are 8 ways we can continue to make our world more accepting of people with disabilities.
When we get to know to someone especially form another country we are interested to know about the language they speak, what is their culture, religion and popular holidays in this Country the person is coming from. Isn’t beautiful? ❤
TED talk “We should all be feminists” made by a Nigerian activist and writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is about how hard is to achieve equal rights for men and women in our society. While the author shares her experiences of facing gender-based discrimination and those of her friends and family in Nigeria, the issues presented in the book are still universal in the sense, people across the world can relate to them.