About INWWD

Promoting the human rights of more than a half a billion people worldwide

Launch of INWWD on August 27, 2008 in Quebec City, Canada

The International Network of Women with Disabilities (INWWD) is a group of international, regional, national or local organizations, groups or networks of women with disabilities, as well as individual women with disabilities and allied women. The mission of the INWWD is to enable women with disabilities to share our knowledge and experience, enhance our capacity to speak up for our rights, empower ourselves to bring about positive change and inclusion in our communities and to promote our involvement in relevant politics at all levels, towards creating a more just and fair world that acknowledges disability and gender, justice, and human rights. We are a group for women only. We invite ALL women with disabilities to join us and we will achieve these goals TOGETHER.

You can engage in dialogue with other women with disabilities around the world by joining the INWWD yahoo groups email discussion group. Learn how to join the group by visiting http://groups.yahoo.com/group/inwwd/.  Or, you may also communicate with the list owner by sending an email to inwwd-owner@yahoogroups.com.  She can explain more about the list or assist you in joining.

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6 Comments

  1. Congratulations to the WebTeam who have developed this site. This web presence will enable us to forge even closer links, and in solidarity to be stronger. The links to our collective websites will broaden our knowledge of each other’s work. This is an amazing resource. Thanks sisters.

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  2. Margaret Bayly

     /  11 January, 2012

    Wow it really is happening. Well done and congratulations to the Web team.
    This is going to serve as a moment in time for women with disaiblites around the earth. As the world gets more connected to the internet I can see this site becoming a strong link between not only persons but women of the world. We all know there are still pockets of the ‘unplugged’.

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  3. Iris P. Adderley

     /  22 January, 2013

    The strength of a chain is in the power of each link. WWDs in The Bahamas congratulate you. Together w/you we can make a difference as we seek to empower each other. Do you have a newsletter, or information on key issues your organization is addressing or researching?

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  4. Congratulations for the Web team who have developed this site. I am so touched and happy to see that women with disabilities can now share ideas and learn from one another through networking. I am from Kenya in East Africa and we have women who would like to join the network. Glory to God. Jemimah

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