''All over the world, disabled persons have started to unite in organisations as advocates for their own rights to influence decision-makers in governments and all sectors of society. The role of these organisations includes providing a voice of their own, identifying needs, expressing views on priorities, evaluating services and advocating change and public awareness. As a vehicle of self-development, these organisations provide the opportunity to develop skills in the negotiation process, organisational abilities, mutual support, information sharing and often vocational skills and opportunities. In view of their vital importance in the process of participation, it is imperative that their development should be encouraged.''
To download Resource Kit 2 click on one of the links below,