All Articles about Ableism
Take A Seat: Inclusive Sex-Ed
2020 Amsterdam Fellows Suze van Zijl and Akef Ibrahimi organized a closed-circle talk about how to organize inclusive sex-ed and invited a diverse group of people to share.
Reframing Disability Allyship in High School
Senior Fellow Lauren Hull's Action Project entails the creation of collaborative art to see disability allyship as a partnership that centers the disabled experience.
The Art of Openness
In combining art, theatre or music workshops with teachings about equality and tolerance, Karolina wants to give voice to the teenagers, who can then use their art to communicate the issues they really care about.
Magazine Created by and for People with Intellectual Disabilities
People with disabilities constitute the world's biggest minority. However, this social group is not homogenous. For instance, research shows that people with intellectual disabilities are much more disproportionately discriminated against and marginalized in comparison to people with other types of impairments. Simultaneously, a strong social stigma is attached to people with intellectual disabilities which renders them socially and culturally ‘invaluable’.
Changing the Conversation: Transit Justice in Detroit's Suburbs
Creating a regional transit network in metro Detroit requires a fight against decades of suburban segregation and disjointed governance.
MapMyDay - Athens
Senior Fellow Zaneta-Eleni Melissourgaki hosted a mapping event marking wheelchair-accessible places and raising awareness about accessibility and inclusion in the city centre of Athens.
Accessibility in Greece: The rights of people with Disabilities in Greece
In hopes of achieving full and equal involvement of persons with disabilities in policy and decision making, Senior Fellow Panourgias Papaioannou organized the event Accessibility in Greece: The rights of people with Disabilities in Greece.