Campaigning in Georgia

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Georgia

We're campaigning for children with disabilities: A large number of children with disabilities remain unidentified and are not receiving the social, educational, medical and material support they are entitled to.  There is a lack of tolerance of the rights of children with disabilities.

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Save the Children Georgia leads the Inclusive Education System Strengthening Efforts on Legislative and Policy Levels

Equal opportunities in education are vital for the effective realization of other human rights. While the legislation of Georgia explicitly provides the fundamental right to education and prohibits...

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Know me for my abilities!

On 21 March 2018 in Yerevan, Armenia, Sargis, a ten-year-old boy with Down syndrome decided to break the country’s norms and wear a waiter’s apron to help a bakery sell some of their goods as part...

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Community Based Services for Children with Disabilities- Andria’s Journey

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Report: Unequal Portions

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Ensuring Giorgi gets the education he deserves

Giorgi  is a 10-year-old boy who was born with Down syndrome. He uses wheelchair and has a speech disorder. Until now, Giorgi was unable to learn and fulfil all his potential because no school was...

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