August 23-24 University of Oregon is offering a two day course titledSounds like Eugene is the place to be this August!
Global Perspective on Disability.
Instructor: Susan Sygall, Executive Director of Mobility International USA
Description: This interactive course will introduce students to 25 grassroots women leaders with disabilities who will be in Eugene participating in MIUSA’s 4th International Women’s Institute on Leadership and Disability (WILD). Through class readings and discussions led by this international delegation of leaders, students will use a human rights paradigm to examine issues facing people with disabilities, especially women and girls with disabilities, around the world. Cross-disability, cross-cultural topics and viewpoints on disability will include:
• Gender and disability
• International development and disability
• Health and family issues
• Inclusive educational models
• Cross-cultural aspects of disability
• Employment and economic empowerment
Monday, June 09, 2008
Heads up in Oregon!
This looks like such a great summer class I had to pass along the word; go to this website for further information.