Światowy Dzień Zespołu Downa – program

Marzec 15, 2015 by
Kategoria: 2015

W tym roku, także bierzemy udział w programie. Film jest zrobiony, w postaci wywiadu i czekamy na premierę!!!

Dear friends

21 March 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) and each year the voice of people with Down syndrome, and those who live and work with them, grows louder.

Down Syndrome International (DSi) encourages our friends all over the world to choose your own activities and events to help raise awareness of what Down syndrome is, what it means to have Down syndrome, and how people with Down syndrome play a vital role in our lives and communities.

Here are some ways you can take part in WDSD 2015:

· WEAR our WDSD Merchandise, available to buy online and delivered worldwide 

https://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/wdsd-merchandise

· SHARE your WDSD World Events on our dedicated WDSD website in a single global meeting place

https://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/world-events

· JOIN DSi’s 2015 focus on ‘My Opportunities, My Choices’ – Enjoying Full and Equal Rights and the Role of Families

https://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/wdsd-2015

· WATCH and SHARE our WDSD Global Video Event, with a number of videos from countries around the world to be published on our YouTube Channel shortly before WDSD

https://www.youtube.com/user/DSiWDSD

· REGISTER TO ATTEND, APPLY TO SPEAK AT or WATCH ONLINE our 4th Annual WDSD Conference at United Nations HQ in New York

https://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/wdsd-conference

· WEAR LOTS OF SOCKS to get people talking about WDSD

https://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/lots-of-socks

· SHARE the announcement of the 2015 WDSD Awards, to be made shortly before WDSD

https://www.ds-int.org/wdsd-awards

· PARTICIPATE through our various WDSD Social Media channels

https://www.ds-int.org/wdsd-social-media #WDSD15

· DONATE to DSi towards “Reach Out!” https://www.ds-int.org/reach-out, our outreach programmes, providing information, support and resources to people with Down syndrome and those who live and work with them in developing countries https://www.ds-int.org/donate

Whatever you do, we hope together we will create a very loud single global voice advocating for the rights, inclusion and wellbeing of people with Down syndrome.

Many thanks

Andrew Boys

Andrew Boys
Director
Down Syndrome International  

To jest oficjalny program tegorocznego spotkania. Jak zwykle kluczowym nośnikiem i przesłaniem będą dwa wydarzenia:

-film

-4 już konferencja w ONZ

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Zapraszam do wzięcia udziału w obu przedsięwzięciach. Po tym jak byłem dzięki Ministerstwu Spraw Zagranicznym w ubiegłym roku na konferencji, śmiało mogę polecić ich uczestników, gdyż są oni często “twarzami” sukcesu.

Tegoroczna lista uczestników:

Confirmed Speakers:

Sean, Susan & Devon Adelman (self advocate) – United States “Raising Expectations, Imagine the Possibilities"

Julie Duff – United Kingdom Cheshire Down’s Syndrome Support Group "The Journey to Empowerment"

Debendranath Sarangi – India Retired Chief Secretary and Advisor to the Government of Tamil Nadu, India “Role of Enablers – Family, Society, and the Government”

Mony Teri Pettit – Tanzania Penny Aika Pettit Down Syndrome Foundation.  “Families and Communities Positive Attitudes – Positive Results for Children with Down Syndrome – Tanzania’s experience”

Professor Eman Gaad – United Arab Emirates Co-Founder, Emirates Down Syndrome Association, Dean, Faculty of Education British University, Dubai “Parents in Support of Educational and Social Inclusion of Children with Down Syndrome: a Perspective from the Emirates.”

Rhonda & Ruth Faragher (self advocate) – Australia "Inclusive Education for Learners with Down Syndrome: The Family’s Role in Getting it Right."

Erdenechuluun Chultem & Byambadorj Dulguun (self advocate) – Mongolia Down Syndrome Association Mongolia Inspiration against Obstacles”

Andrzej Malec & Marcin Malec (self advocate) – Poland "How Families can Support a Person with Down Syndrome to Live a normal life as Best as Possible"

Mariella Castillo & Stephanie Boghen (self advocate) – Canada “Making Inclusion Work: Encouraging Adults with Down Syndrome Pursuing Higher Education”

Ines Escallon – Inclusion International, Colombia The Right to Decide: Making it Work for Families”

Gün Bulgin – Turkey President, Down Türkiye Down Sendromu Derneği “Where It All Starts; The Family”

Martina Fuga, CoorDown – Italy "What is the Future for People with Down Syndrome? The Importance of Becoming an Adult: the Experience of CoorDown and the Project “Casa al Sole."

Professor Monica Cuskelly – Australia Associate Professor, School of Education, The University of Queensland, “Constructing Futures: The Roles of Family”

Marcus Frank – Brazil Senior Expert, McKinsey & Co., Inclusion of People with Down Syndrome in the Workplace and the Role of Families in the Process”

Shunli Liu (self advocate), Yonghong Li, Amei Sun – China “One Day, One Change”

Julian Escallon (self advocate) – Canada A Passionate Life with Creative Supports”

Shoko Kanazawa (self advocate) – Japan nationally recognized Calligrapher “Live Together”

Sara Weir & Sara Wolff (self advocate) – United States President, National Down Syndrome Society, and NDSS self advocate, “ABLE Act is Now the Law of the Land – What Does This Mean for the Futures of All People with Down Syndrome in the United States”

W tym roku Polskę będzie reprezentować Andrzej Malec & Marcin Malec o których można przeczytać tutaj: 

http://www.niepelnosprawni.pl/ledge/x/176531

Tegoroczna konferencja dotyczyć będzie:” MOICH MOZLIWOŚCI, MOJE WYBORY”

https://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/sites/default/files/My%20Opportunites%20My%20Choices%20Information%20Leaflet%20JANUARY%202015.pdf

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