#WeThe15 was misguided in using the Tokyo Paralympic Games to launch a disability inclusion revolution
When the Tokyo Paralympic started, more than 125 landmarks across the globe, including the CN Tower and Niagara Falls, were bathed in purple in support of the campaign #WeThe15. This new campaign aims to use sport to break down barriers and end discrimination faced by 15 per cent of the world’s population who experience disability. According to #WeThe15, people who experience disability are still waiting for equitable opportunities to be seen as “active and contributing members of...
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A Dụọla Ndị Anambra Ka Ha Na-Ewelataru Akụnụba Ha Ụlọ
Izunna Okafor dere akụkọ a Igbo sị na ọ na-abụ akụ ruo ụlọ a mara onye kpara ya; maka na ọ na-adị...
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Your smartphone is not making you dumber — digital tech can enhance our cognitive abilities
Digital technology is ubiquitous. We have been increasingly reliant on smartphones, tablets and...
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Government of Canada invites citizens to celebrate diversity and multiculturalism
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called on his fellow Canadians to find out more...
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