On the occasion of marking the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, December 3rd, local network of organizations of persons with disabilities (PwDs) “Center for Coordination and Support to PwDs in Eastern Herzegovina, with support from “Landmine Survivors Initiatives-LSI”, organized first exhibition of PwDs’ art works and products. Organized in the local Agency for small and medium enterprises, the exhibition gathered representatives of over ten local association of PwDs who exhibited their art works produced within the rehabilitation and professional orientation programs and activities.
This year, December 3, the international Day of Persons with Disabilities, is globally marked under the United Nations’ slogan “Inclusion matters – access and empowerment for people of all abilities”. To that occasion, by placing billboards in 10 cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, non-governmental organization “Landmine Survivors Initiatives” emphasizes the importance and calls upon for respect of the rights to accessibility, education and employment as preconditions for the inclusion of persons with disabilities.
Landmine Monitor, the innovative civil society research and monitoring arm of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, has presented a new global report on the implementation of the Mine Ban Treaty in Geneva today. Non-governmental organization "Landmine Survivors Initiatives", a member of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, highlights several trends from the report. For more information please read full text of Press Release.
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