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Rehabilitation International

Logo of Rehabilitation International

Rehabilitation International (RI Global) is an international

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References

  • Rehabilitation International (RI)

External links

  • Accessibility
  • Disaster Management
  • Empowerment
  • Rehabilitation & Habilitation
  • Poverty Reduction
  • Implementation of the UN CRPD

RI works with its members, partners, experts and regional leaders[7] to create and carry out projects with the following objectives across the globe:

Projects

  • Education Commission
  • Health and Function Commission
  • International Commission on Technology and Accessibility (ICTA)
  • Leisure, Recreation and Physical Activities Commission
  • Policy and Service Commission
  • Social Commission
  • Work and Employment Commission

RI commissions include:

RI maintains commissions of specialists and experts on various issues in disability. Represented by the RI Chairs and Vice Chairs, the commissions are thematic work groups which assist in developing and expanding program activities in accordance with RI’s strategic goals.[6]

Commissions

Contents

  • Commissions 1
  • Projects 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

In the late 1960s, RI created[5] the ubiquitous International Symbol of Access, featuring a stylized person in a wheelchair on a blue background.

Founded in 1922,[3] RI is a network of people with disabilities, service providers, government agencies, academics, researchers and advocates working to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities. A major focus of its activity since 1999[4] has been establishing the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

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