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Women with disabilities are women too

Stephanie Ortoleva speaks to CBM about why women and girl with disabilities must be included in the disability and women’s right movements


25th Anniversary of the Rights of Children

The Convention on the Rights of the Child was launched 25 years ago. At CBM, we believe that children with disabilities should be protected.


A Different Type of Camp Experience

Shantha Rau Barriga is Disability Rights Director at Human Rights Watch. In 2011 and 2012, Shantha visited prayer camps in Africa.


Julian Eaton talks about Mental Health

The November 2014's CBM IAA Newsletter focuses on mental health. Our CBM Advisor in Togo shares his views.


A call to action to the development community

Aleisha Carroll, CBM Australia discusses why it is important to include people with psychosocial disability in development.


WHO MiNDbank and QualityRights

Natalie Drew from the WHO outlines the progress made a year after MiNDbank was launched and explains the WHO QualityRights Project.


Transforming Sierra Leone’s Mental Health services

Dr Carmen Valle discusses the progress made in Sierra Leone for people with psychosocial disabilities and the current threat of Ebola .


Creating a global movement for mental health

Jagannath Lamichhane discusses the progress made in building a global movement for mental health.


Emancipation of girls

On International Day of the Girl Child 2014 Sian Tesni discusses ways to avoid violence and abuse towards girls with disabilities.


'Inclusive Education is our primary goal'

Sian Tesni and Katharina Pfortner discuss CBM’s approach to ensuring that all persons with disabilities have access to quality education.


Rights of girls with disabilities to education

CBM recently made submission to the CEDAW committee recommending cooperation on the rights of women and girls with disabilities to education


2014 – Mid Year Advocacy round up

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