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Ableism

We have 72 blogposts in the field of Ableism. Ableism is a form of discrimination or social prejudice against people with disabilities. It may also be referred to as disability discrimination, physicalism, handicapism, and disability oppression.
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  • Unrequited Object of Desire

    By on 18 June 2011

    Nice piece of guerilla advertising shown in the Shopping ABC, Santo André, Brasil on the days before Valentine’s Day. Its is made by Fischer&Friends for AACD (Associação de Assistência à Criança Deficiente / Association for Assistance to Disabled Children)...

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  • Do We Have to Dress Up to Become Closer?

    By on 4 June 2011

    Buzzfeed offers the translation of this ad’s message as “Do We Have to Dress Up to Become Closer?”, but I don’t think you need any translation to get this moving PSA’s point about being more welcoming of people with...

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  • Wheelchair Guerilla

    By on 20 April 2011

    Great guerilla action in Curitiba Brazil. I don’t know much about this specific action done by Bruno Siqueira but it’s obvious what is happening here. It is the world upside down from disabled people daily life experiences. The most...

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  • Encourage Omar

    By on 28 February 2011

    Encouragement. Strength. Sport. All are values worth mentioning but even more so when addressed to people with disabilities. Omar Haddad is a Special Olympics athlete that receives our encouragement on the aural experience, by raising the volume bar and...

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  • Save electricity, hire a blind person

    By on 12 February 2011

    Three times fun from the The Norwegian Association of the Blind (Norges Blindeforbund). In Norway there are blind and visually impaired people in about 100 different occupations, but many are struggling to get a job. The Blindeforbund want to...

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  • Pearls of Wisdom

    By on 30 November 2010

    Lovely campaign from Jewish Care here in the UK – collecting ‘pearls of wisdom’ from older people in the Jewish community. What I love about this is the promotion of the charity’s community and mission, paired with fundraising, awareness...

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  • Just Two Minutes

    By on 30 November 2010

    This great mini-film for Quebec’s MEMO (Moelle épinière et motricité Québec) is actually closer to the four-minute mark,  but well worth a watch. It shows, in painful real time, the inconvenience and hazard caused by a selfish and thoughless...

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  • What we don’t have makes us stronger

    By on 13 November 2010

    Since last month in the Croatian media is running the Campaign “What we don´t have makes us stronger” (Ono što nemamo čini nas jačima) with the intention to strengthen the position of the Paralympic sports and their athletes in...

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  • Light into darkness

    By on 8 November 2010

    The story: A blind savior The TV commercial shows a young boy who is teased into a dark passage of bigger boys. The boys take his cap off and throw it like a ball to each other. The little...

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  • Full in Life but not on Facebook

    By on 8 November 2010

    The poster designs will provoke, a good cause is clear: The campaign Full in Life from Aktion Mensch (man of action), the most successful social organizations in Germany, is challenging the exclusion of people with disabilities. Under the slogan...

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