Volume 6 Issue 9 - October 15, 2009
Call for papers for Techshare India 2010 announced
D.N.I.S. News Network, India: Call for papers for ‘Techshare India 2010 - Bridging the Barriers’ has been announced and will be open till October 30. A wide variety of submissions are being encouraged covering all areas of disability and technology. The papers will be reviewed and selected by the Organising Committee consisting of Shilpi Kapoor, Dipendra Manocha, Shivani Gupta and Arun Rao.
Techshare is a pan-disability forum where technology professionals meet to share experiences, products and research in the field of digital assistive technology. It has been organised by The Royal National Institute for the Blind, U.K. for almost a decade now. Techshare India was organised for the first time by BarrierBreak Technologies in 2008.
Techshare 2010 will be held in February in New Delhi. For more information, please visit http://techshare.barrierbreak.com.
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National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People
Screening Guidelines to be followed by CISF Security Staff for Passengers with Disabilities at Indian Airports
Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill
Mental Health Care Bill
CRPD Monitoring Report
20 Stories of Change(book)
- List of Awardees 2015 :NCPEDP MPHASIS Universal Design Awards (2.7 MB)
- List of Awardees 2014 :NCPEDP MPHASIS Universal Design Awards (1 MB)
- List of Awardees 2013 :NCPEDP MPHASIS Universal Design Awards (1.44 MB)
- List of Awardees 2012 :NCPEDP MPHASIS Universal Design Awards (804 KB)
- List of Awardees 2011 :NCPEDP MPHASIS Universal Design Awards (864 KB)
- List of Awardees 2010 :NCPEDP MPHASIS Universal Design Awards (623 KB)
SHELL HELEN KELLER AWARDS
NCPEDP-Shell Helen Keller Awardees 2013
- “Everyone who needs support should be included in the National Trust Act”: Poonam Natarajan
- “Mental illness is not a disability, it is a disease”: J.P. Gadkari
- Barrier free Delhi - Ministry more keen on a quick fix
- Finally, Chandigarh Administration comes around
- M.S.J.E. continues to drag its feet on web access
- N.A.D. decries non - implementation of XIth Plan
- West Bengal leads in employing disabled people under N.R.E.G.A.
- Access Audit of Election Booths
- Third time around, hearing impaired Maniram makes it to I.A.S.
- U.N.C.R.P.D. in three more Indian languages
- Call for papers for Techshare India 2010 announced
- Signs of changing times
- Demand for accessible hotel rooms on the rise
- Registration of special category vehicles caught in red tape
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