NEWS: International Disability Day Marked with Human Chain

Posted on 4 December 2008. Filed under: Human Rights, News, South Asian Region | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Subject: NADPO organized human chain on International Disability Day 2008

Dear All,

Greetings from National Alliance of Disabled Peoples Organization (NADPO)!

NADPO is a leading and representing national network of Disabled Peoples Organizations (DPOs) in Bangladesh which are proactively involve for the development of ten percent (10%) different types of Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) in this country. The Disabled Peoples Organizations (DPOs) country wide, are the member organizations of NADPO; in which the PWDs of Bangladesh are closely connected. NADPO has firmly committed to ensure the inalienable rights and equal dignity of PWDs

Today on the occasion of 17th International Disability Day NADPO formed Human chain by PWDs in from of the National Museum in Dhaka.

Abdus Sattar Dulal, President of NADPO, Jahangir Alam, Secretary General of NADPO, Showkat Hossain Bhuiyan, Senior Vice President of NADPO, Iftekhar Hossain Sohel, Shah Alam, Shameemkausar, Anwar Hossain Hazari who are Executive Members of NADPO were present with their PWDs leaders in this human chain. Beside this, different cultural activist, civil society representatives, media representatives, government officers join the human chain and express their willingness to support disability movement unconditionally.

The demands of this Human chain are as follows:

“We would like to know from the Government of Peoples Republic Of Bangladesh”
1 Where we (PWDs) are in decision making process?
2 Do we get opportunity of education?
3 What is the barrier of our employment in Bangladesh Cadre Service (BCS)?
4 Why we are absent in political discussion?
5 Why the roads and public transports are not appropriate for all of us?
6 Will the professionals be responsible for us?

So, the demand of PWDs is: “Appropriate and anti-discriminatory state for all of us”.

Thanking you all

Ms. Shirin Akter

Thank you to Ms. Shirin Akter for circulating this press release.

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