National Seminar on “Role of Young and Adolescent Girls with Disabilities in National Integration of India” organized by Society for Disability and Rehabilitation Studies In collaboration with Human Rights and Disability Studies Programmes, School of International Studies, JNU, New Delhi.
How young and adult girls with disabilities are being excluded from decision making?
What is the experience of young and adult girls with disabilities regarding their contribution in nation building?
Why is it that when society breaks down, the young girls with disabilities become vulnerable?
Do you subscribe to the view-point that by changing attitudes, the hidden potential of the young and adult girls with disabilities could be tapped for national development and integration?
What role could be played by communication and information technology in regard to harnessing the inherent capabilities of young and adult girls with disabilities?
How could the CRPD help to increase the visibility of young and adult girls with disabilities?
Subjects / Issues to be discussed
The following themes/ sub-themes are identified for discussion at this National Seminar–
Adolescent and Young Girls and Women with Disabilities: Issues and Challenges;
Disability, Youth and Community Living;
Promoting Inclusion in Recreation and Leisure;
Young Girls with Disabilities in Institutional Settings;
Disability Policy for Young and Adult Girls and Women with Disabilities: Achievements and Limitations;
Criminal Justice System for Young and Adult Girls and Women with Disabilities;
National Youth Policy and Strategic Plan of Action;
Right to Community Integration for Young and Adult Girls and Women with Disabilities;
Role of Young and Adult Girls and Women with Disabilities in Nation Building and National Integration;
Call for paper Contact details
Dr G. N. Karna, PhD (JNU)
Tel : 011-26125258/ 26122925
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