In contrast to a 2012 analysis that found limited coverage and stigmatisation of disability issues and mental health, today’s media environment is marked by accessible technology and heightened disability awareness.
Taking CentreStage this month is Jason Strother, a Fulbright South and Central Asia Regional Research Award recipient, and a prominent multimedia journalist with a unique focus on the intersection of disability and climate change. Read. Watch or Listen to know about his inspiring life journey.
Remote work during the pandemic has transformed employment for people with disabilities, offering newfound accessibility and opportunities, but it also comes with unique challenges, highlighting the need for ongoing inclusivity efforts.
This is a personal reflection on the author’s journey as a person with multiple disabilities, highlighting the challenges and positive experiences encountered in the workplace. It emphasises the importance of accessibility, both physical and digital, in enabling individuals with disabilities to thrive professionally. An optimistic outlook on the potential for equal employment opportunities through open…
DEI emphasises the positive impact of diversity and inclusion on profitability, innovation, and employee retention. However, it also underscores the need for active participation in DEI by leaders and employees and points out the challenges in fulfilling reservation quotas for people with disabilities.
Technology has significantly improved the lives of individuals with disabilities. The latest AI-powered innovations underscore the ongoing efforts to create inclusive solutions that empower people with disabilities to lead fulfilling lives and participate fully in society.
Listen to Ashaita Mahajan, Trustee at Yash Charitable Trust, speak to us about Cafe Arpan, a cafe in Mumbai staffed and managed by people with intellectual and developmental #disabilities. Why did they start a cafe? How has it grown? All this and more awaits!
The word “inclusivity” did not mean much to me, until the day, just a few years ago, I walked into the Lady Andal School auditorium to spend a few spellbinding hours, experiencing myriad emotions, at the CAVINKARE ABILITY AWARDS.