The Disabled Country Toolkit

The Disabled Country Toolkit is a new document designed by DaDaFest, with support from Curious Minds. It is designed to help young people know more about the context of disability in society. It will allow young people to visit as tourists or travellers bringing their own lived experiences and exploring new cultural perspectives about disability, in terms of equality diversity and social justice.

This toolkit is designed around four chapters, Language, Social Model vs Medical Model, Stereotypes vs Diversity and Removal of Barriers.
Each chapter contains a series of exercises; these are complemented by a number of resources.
The toolkit has been developed with and tested by young people.

To download the toolkit, click here: The Disabled Country Toolkit by DaDaFest 2016
Or view it on Issuu below…

CuriousMinds_Logo_Col-HRThe Disabled Country Toolkit project funded by:
Curious Minds, 23–27 Guild Hall, Preston, PR1 1HR
Tel: 01772 827001

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