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Article 19 E Course

An E Course on Insidious Violence and women with disabilities from 22nd February to 2nd March 2021. Faculty and Students from Universities across India and independent scholars participated in the course. Faculty was from Asia Pacific a mix of academics, activists and member from the UNCRPD Committee....

COVID-19

COVID-19 impacted the projects. A project on Article 19 of UNCRPD working towards women with disabilities rights in living in the community in three States of India i.e Odisha, Gujarat and Telangana increased to COVID-19 issues of providing more livelihood, advocating for priority vaccine to disabled and accessibility for Tele medicine....

32nd Foundation Day SMRC

Ashok Hans Memorial Lecture & Award Shanta Memorial Rehabilitation Centre celebrated its 32nd Foundation Day on 18th July 2017 at Press Club of Odisha. The program started with the welcome address by Chumki Dutta, SMRC Board Member. On this occasion Jeeja Ghosh, a renowned Disability Activist of Kolkata delivered the 5th Ashok Hans Memorial Lecture. Chief Guest of the pr...

Migration and Disability

Prof Asha Hans Shanta Memorial Rehabilitation Centre India The latest report by the World Bank estimates that persons with disabilities account for 15% of the global population. A majority are them are poor and live in the developing world. This is important as migration has pull factors and the poor get drawn due to necessity. The issues in the context of disability in mi...

South Asia Assembly of Children with Disabilities

This is to inform you that the ‘ THIRD CHILD RIGHTS ASSEMBLY’ is being organized by Shanta Memorial Rehabilitation Centre (SMRC) in Bhubaneswar, Odisha India on 10th and 11th December 2012 for children with disabilities between the age 8-14 years. This is part of an effort to implement the UNCRPD – Article 7.3 which stipulates that children have the right to be heard. ...