August, 2015

Aug 04

Inclusion, Infiltration, and Innovation: The Disabled Women’s Movement 20 years after Beijing and 25 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act

The UN Conference in Beijing in 1995, called the birthplace of the disabled women’s movement, assembled the first international network of disabled women advocating for disabled women’s rights. Since then the concerns of women with disabilities have been woven into policies, including the Beijing Platform for Action. Yet, the development […] Continue reading