World Disability Day – We’re not quite there yet

3rd December is World Disability Day.

Let’s have a look at the most amazing work done by lots of people who dedicated their life to the cause. Majority of the work done to bring the change involves educating others to consider disable community as equal and important part of society. 

There are countless stories to be told

World disability day is the day to recognise and celebrate the remarkable work done by people dedicating their life. The day is to include the stories of courage of various disabled people. There are countless stories to be told like stories of transformation of life from being a normal person to disabled. Stories of courage, victory, joy and moment of success. How can we expect understanding and acceptance of disability if these thoughts and stories are not recognised or celebrated.

Need of the Hour

The hard fact is we are not there yet. The social stigma, objectification of disabled people, lack of sincere guidance and lack of the sense of inclusion speaks for itself. Need of the hour is to bring a monumental change to introduce opportunities for disabled in society. Rather than addressing the emotional toll on disabled community – Let us empower them to stand for themselves.

Change is Yet to be Seen

Rather than addressing the emotional toll on disabled community – Let us empower them to stand for themselves, support them emotionally and mentally, bring changes in your workplace and understand the importance of bringing these changes. We would still be in right direction if we could influence each other to advocate for a disabled person or make your workplace more accessible. Even adding a ramp would be a giant leap as the change is yet to be seen

Skip to content >