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COVID19: PROTECTING OUR RIGHTS IN TIMES OF CRISIS - Shared screen with speaker view
Amarjit Singh Anand
21:26
Amarjit Singh AnandJalandhar. Punjab.Indiapresent
Oliver Lewis
23:36
Hello Amarjit :-)
Paul Mpofunamba1
24:17
PaulMugambi a public policy diversity and inclusion expert who happens to be blind and a serious advocate for persons with intelectual impairment and pscycosocial disabilities. I greet you all
Oliver Lewis
25:24
Greetings Paul :-)
Amarjit Singh Anand
26:11
audio not accessible
Nancy Anderson
27:11
https://inclusion-international.org/covid19-webinar-series/
David Rodrigues
50:50
Hi all participants. We are struggling too to create conditions in order that Covid doesn't affect still more the equity in Education. Thank you. David Rodrigues, Portugal.
Catia Malaquias
51:44
We are experiencing the same issue in education in Australia. Catia Malaquias, All Means All
Manel Mhiri
55:18
Indeed, Education is an important issue over the world. Next week, we will have a webinar dedicated to inclusive education
Catia Malaquias
56:45
The issue here in education goes beyond accessibility. Sometimes materials are accessible but they are not the same materials as provided to non disabled learners in the classrooms - so disabled students are being placed in a virtual “parallel system”
Adele Rose-Morgan
57:17
I’m a parent carer of a learning disabled teenager... we need to educate parent carers
David Rodrigues
57:40
I am president of the national association of teachers of Special Education in Portugal. If you agree I would share next week webinar with my colleagues. Than You. David Rodrigues, Portugal.
Adele Rose-Morgan
58:17
not just organisations.. parent carers need to understand how to parent their children with a human right lense
Connie Laurin-Bowie
58:22
Thank you Oliver! Your covered so many important issues. We could spend hours on these
Amarjit Singh Anand
58:58
In India PwIDD and PwD are are highly rated affected under Article 11 of CRPD. Mere Rupee 1000 per PwD with 40% Disability will be paid for 90 days of Covid 19 Lockdown that is equalent to $0.14 (usdollar). One can makeout the Social Security in India for PwD is negligible.
Catia Malaquias
59:19
Thanks very much Oliver, look forward to the slide shows - lots of important information in them
Sue Swenson
01:00:17
Advocates here in the US are quite worried about how the Covid experience might affect educational rights and supports in the future. Perhaps by pushing more kids into “homeschooling” or into segregated schools again — driven by families who perhaps are even more convinced that what works for others will not work for their children.
Ginger Walton
01:00:30
Thank you, Oliver. Critical topics that need consideration globally.
Sue Swenson
01:00:34
Thanks, Oliver.
Sue Swenson
01:00:52
Thanks, Mark, too.
Catia Malaquias
01:03:18
Yes Sue that is a great concern here too. Also distance learning has “revived” alternative curriculum materials that had been discarded in favour of ensuring access to the differentiated same curriculum/same class lesson. We are worried that now they are revived after we fought against them, they are here to stay even when children return to classrooms
Paul Mpofunamba1
01:03:22
inKenya disruption of learning has taken place online training has started and this is a disadvantage to children with intelecual impairment secondly access to infromation is still a major challenge social protection suport is a major issue since most aren't in the cash transfer and the caregivers most of them aren't in stable employment or non economic activity
Sue Swenson
01:07:18
Hear hear!
Catia Malaquias
01:09:02
In Australia we have less institutions in the traditional sense, but we have many forms of segregated/congregate settings where people with intellectual disabilities spend their lives - group homes, sheltered workshops, “day care centres”, etc
Adele Rose-Morgan
01:09:11
sue and catia... my huge worry...
Ginger Walton
01:11:22
I appreciate the difficulty in walking a line between treating as “special” and the huge need to embrace all people as part of the community. The high risks are real, but it is truly a risk to promote the medical model.
Sue Swenson
01:13:33
Thank you! Marvelous.
David Rodrigues
01:17:51
Most of our efforts to promote inclusion rely on presencial activities. In absence of these activities there is a real risk of a "get back" to more segregated models. We are learning how much was relying on inclusive settings.
Adele Rose-Morgan
01:21:12
assuming you are aware of coproduction? just in case there is a great film https://vimeo.com/42332617
Adele Rose-Morgan
01:23:56
sina... do you also cover UK?
Catia Malaquias
01:25:02
Thank you!
Adele Rose-Morgan
01:25:05
thank you Sina
Sue Swenson
01:25:08
Thank you!
Sue Swenson
01:25:33
I’m afraid our Zoom connection is a problem - audio is garbled?
Adele Rose-Morgan
01:25:40
very similar issues here in Wales
Sue Swenson
01:29:58
Can we mute everyone except the speaker? We have some feedback that is making it hard to hear.
Catia Malaquias
01:32:34
I think Manel said at the start that we are all automatically muted
Sue Swenson
01:32:38
Darn.
Adele Rose-Morgan
01:43:01
thank you
Sue Swenson
01:43:41
Thank you!
Ginger Walton
01:44:07
Thank you from InFocus Advocacy!
Catia Malaquias
01:44:41
Thank you Michael!
Connie Laurin-Bowie
01:47:35
Thank you to all the panelists and participants. We will try to have future discussions on some of the topics covered in the coming webinars
Ginger Walton
01:47:42
Will we have email contact info for panelists?
Sue Swenson
01:50:32
Thank you all for brilliant presentations and questions.
Adele Rose-Morgan
01:50:42
thank you
Nancy Anderson
01:50:57
Thank you to our speakers for their excellent presentations!For more information -Dr. Oliver Lewis: https://www.doughtystreet.co.uk/barristers/dr-oliver-lewisCeleste Fernandez : https://acij.org.ar/Sina Hansen: http://www.nfunorge.org/Michael Njenga: https://www.facebook.com/Users-and-Survivors-of-Psychiatry-in-Kenya-USPKenya-160239934041092/