NEWS: Invisible in Russia
Individuals with disabilities, and organizations that represent them, recently told Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty that they are still largely invisible in Russian society. They face challenges in education; finding employment; living in the community; and finding accessible services. However, there also has been some progress over time. Children who once would have been kept home from school now receive an education; and people with disabilities are, slowly, becoming integrated into society.
Read the full story about the situation that confronts people with disabilities in Russia at:
I learned about this news story when Ghulam Nabi Nizamani circulated it via email.
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