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Restless Dance, South Australia's pioneering disability dance group, has set up a professional arm, where disabled dancers will be paid professionally for the first time in Australia.
The decree makes reading possible for people who are visually impaired thanks to new publications being transformed into a digital format.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the entry into force of the first international treaty on the human rights of persons with disabilities, after the required twentieth country ratified the landmark convention on 3 April.
Blog: Las tcnicas provenientes de las disciplinas artsticas se han venido utilizando en rehabilitacin psicosocial desde hace ms de cinco dcadas en todo el mundo. La inclusin de estas tcnicas, favoreceran la integracin de pacientes con capacidades especiales. El factor primordial e la disminUcin de estrs que se observa en los nios que mejoran a travs del arte.
The Venezuelan Culture Ministry has launched a programme, 'Creating Without Limits', to draw in people with a disability to take part in the creative and artistic enjoyment that museums have to offer.
The government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is seeking more performance opportunities through the provision of a barrier-free environment.