National Group Discussion On 'Access for People with Disabilities to Culture, Tourism and Leisure Activities'

The Centre for the Rights of Differently Abled at SLS, Hyderabad aims to provide and improve the academic material for the rights of differently abled.
Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad
Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Centre for Rights of the Differently Abled (CRDA) is a Centre of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, which has enabled all the students of the institution to showcase their interest in disability laws. The Centre provides both social and academic fora to develop this interest, and in doing so, hopes to create and sustain an inclusive environment for persons with disabilities.

About Centre for the Rights of Differently Abled (CRDA)

The Centre for the Rights of Differently Abled aims to provide and improve the academic material for the rights of differently abled. It dreamed to create a better place for the differently abled person in the society to lead a dignified life. The vision and mission of the centre is to conduct the academic activities across and attain the height of social sustainability.

In order to achieve this, the centre will undertake research activities to understand the issues and challenges facing by differently abled persons and it will also collaborate with various organizations including NGO’s in this process. The Centre will act as a catalyst for the rehabilitation of differently abled persons with the help of various NGO’s and assistance from the Government.

About Symbiosis Law School

SLS, Hyderabad is cocooned in the upcoming educational zone with state of art infrastructure catering impending needs of student community. It is located in the Mamidipalli village, Ranga Reddy district, of Telangana near Hyderabad; just 45 minutes away from the International airport.

About the Discussion

Everyone has the right to enjoy the arts. Everybody has the right to take part in sports. Everyone has the right to go to hotels, restaurants and bars. But wheelchair users cannot go to a concert if there are only stairs in the concert hall. A blind person cannot enjoy a painting if there is no description of it; he/she can hear it in the gallery. A deaf person cannot enjoy a movie if there are no subtitles. A person with an intellectual disability cannot enjoy a book if there is no easy-to-read version of it.

These are some examples of why persons with disabilities are made to feel that no access is provided to them when it comes to the areas of culture, tourism, sports, and leisure. To put some light on this topic, CRDA is going to conduct an event where participants are invited to share their thoughts on the problems faced by people with disabilities and recommendations that can be added to the current laws in order to bring a change.

To strive towards achieving its objectives, CRDA aims to organize a National Group Discussion on Access to People with Disabilities to Culture, Tourism, Sports and Leisure Activities on 29th October 2021 from 05:00 PM to 06:30 PM. This event will be held on an online platform.

Last Date for Registration: 28th October, 2021.

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