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International day of persons with disabilities 2023

Gilgit Baltistan’s Goodwill Movement Celebrates International Disability Day with a Call to Action Gilgit Baltistan’s Goodwill Movement, December 4, 2023 – Today, the Goodwill Skill Development Centre in Gilgit Baltistan echoed with the spirit of empowerment and advocacy as officials from the Social Welfare Department, Government of GB, joined forces with Mr. Israr Uddin, Regional […]

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Policymaking for Persons with Disabilities

Inclusivity in Policymaking for Persons with Disabilities: The Vital Role of Representation

The journey towards building an inclusive society for persons with disabilities (PWDs) demands a proactive and comprehensive approach. One pivotal aspect of this approach is ensuring that policies crafted for PWDs incorporate their perspectives and voices.

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Qualifications vs personal experience – Where do disabled people fit in

Another question that is regularly asked is if the organization’s officials do not have the appropriate qualifications working on the ground, how can they pursue to gain further disabled rights? This is an excellent question with a simple answer because we have Personal Experience. What is personal experience like for a disabled person? If we

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Education is All

Educating a Disabled Student.

The Goodwill Movement, a student-led initiative, is making remarkable strides in fostering inclusivity and empowerment for the disabled youth of Gilgit Baltistan. By providing a platform for effective communication and skill development, the movement aims to help disabled individuals thrive in society.  However, the economic challenges faced by disabled individuals outside Gilgit Baltistan cannot be

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Psychological Warfare – To Judge or Not to Judge?

Looks and appearance majorly influence human beings’ actions .  They know their actions when someone says, ‘ I am only human.’ The last article, which mentioned fear, did not go in-depth about how a disabled person interacts in society the previous article.  When representing an organization, an individual jumps into the flight or fight response

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Nepotism and Favouritism in Gilgit Baltistan. Persons with Disablities.

In the Podcast by Glasgow Disablity Alliance, I realized that Persons with Disablities must express their voice more clearly and bluntly. While I do not believe conflict is the right course of action, one must promptly reform their behavior if they are doing something wrong. This is the philosophy of Life. One’s ethics and conduct

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Review of Care About Us Podcast.

I want to thank Jamila Shaikh of The Glasgow Disablity Alliance for giving me the honor of writing a review on the Glasgow Disability Alliance Podcast Care About Us, which can be found on Spotify, https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/care-about-us. About the organization. The Glasgow Disablity Alliance, which I happen to be a member of, is the largest organization

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Developing Linkages with Pakistan Foundation Fighting Blindness.

Pakistan Foundation Fighting Blindness (PFFB) has actively participated in activities to create awareness about visually impaired persons. On the 13th of July, PFFB visited Goodwill Office. During this significant meeting, the agenda focused on rehabilitating visually impaired individuals and championing their rights. The discussion aimed to raise awareness and find practical solutions to support their

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