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Oct 14

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No Looking Back A True Story An Excerpt

About the Author:  Shivani Gupta, author of ‘No Looking Back – a true story’, is the founder of AccessAbility, and one of India’s best-known access consultants. With post graduate degrees in inclusive environments (design and management) from the UK, and diplomas in architecture technology and hotel management, ...

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Aug 14

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From Mute To Lecturer Life Comes Full Circle

A Blog by Angshu Jajodia.   If someone were to ask me what the turning point in my life was, I would attest to just one incident that changed my life’s course completely. That incident happened twenty-two years ago, when in the spring of 1992, my mother walked into the chambers of a highly acclaimed […]

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Aug 14

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Pehli Baarish We Are The First Rain of Music and Love

A BLOG BY DYUTI BASU Our Inclusive Music Band “Pehli Baarish”, which was launched on the 7th of August, 2014, along with our disabled and non disabled music maker friends, is our way of sharing the gift of music with audiences in an hour of refreshing entertainment. The band performs different genre of music, as ...

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Jul 14

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Starting Young

A BLOG BY DYUTI BASU Awareness about disability is essential in our everyday lives to ensure a more inclusive world where all kinds of diversities are accepted. If people are made aware of disabilities from a young age, when they are still in school, they will go on to include this knowledge in every walk […]

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Jul 14

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Always More to Learn

 A BLOG BY DYUTI BASU “I have been meaning to ask you…” This seems to have become my favorite phrase since joining the NGO Trinayani in Mumbai. Having Jeeja Ghosh, who has cerebral palsy and who also works at a place which focuses on Advocacy for people with disabilities, for an aunt, I had thought […]

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Jul 14

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On Deafness

About the Author: Angshu Jajodia   Angshu Jajodia, who has had a hearing impairment since birth, is a post-graduate in Social Work from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Earlier, he was not able to speak, but can now converse fluently in two languages and is learning a third. He is a member of […]

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Workshop in progress at L'Oreal Human Resources India, Lower Parel

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Jul 14

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Breaking Down Barriers

Our workshops for L’OREAL Offices across India A blog by Dyuti Basu Ritika conducting a workshop for L’Oreal at their office in Bangalore   L’Oreal, like many other corporates, has taken up the endeavor to include all diversities, whether it is gender, ethnicity or disability, and to provide equal opportunities to ...

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Jul 14

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Radio Show Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh The Impact

We have been broadcasting our Radio Show, Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh (MMKND) since the year 2010 and have thus far completed three seasons. The reasoning behind the nomenclature was, on the one hand, to encourage People with Disabilities to move forward instead of letting their disability come in the way of the future. On […]

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Jul 14

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A Better World For A Better Me

A Disability Equality Workshop for TATA REALTY Chennai In our endeavor to spread awareness amongst people regarding disability and persons with disability in order to bring about attitudinal change, we conduct several workshops. On the 28th of March 2014, we conducted a Disability Equality Workshop for 23 employees of Tata Realty in ...

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Jun 14

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Together We Can Do So Much

A BLOG BY DYUTI BASU   “TOGETHER WE CAN DO SO MUCH”- Helen Keller   Trinayani World Disability Day celebrations acts as impetus for installation of ramp in CCD Camac Street, Kolkata Den coming up the newly-constructed ramp Persons with disabilities, “the world’s largest minority”, often face barriers to ...

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