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Workshop on the Rights of Disable People

Pioneer Group under the social projects initiatives of Darwin School of Business (DSB) organised a workshop on the 'Rights of Disable People' at the premises of Sishu Sarothi on 8th January. The main resource person of the workshop was Anju Talukdar, Coordinator of Human Rights Law Network of Guwahati Unit. She spoke on the rights of the disable people and various laws related with disable people. She has also spoken how some corporate have taken people who are disable which is a positive sign for development. Mr. Jyoti Prasad Gogoi, Programme Coordinator of Sishu Sarothi spoke on various types of disability. The programme was attended by students from different institutes from Guwahati. Dr Partha Sarathi from Kripa foundation, Mr. Biswaroop Bhattacharya and Mr A Ahmed, faculty member from DSB attended the programme.

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R K Baruah's picture

Its important that our campuses must be disable friendly. Apart from campuses government offices and others must be disable friendly. Unfortunately we don't find disable friendly campuses or even hotels in our places.

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