International day for the person with disabilities

 Himalai IAS Coaching Centre in Bangalore, aims to bring awareness about the International day for the person with disabilities on 3rd December celebration.  Educate the disabled people like normal people without any partiality it’s an specially abled people, inspired to clear civil services exams like IAS exam, KAS exam and other competitive exams to achieve goal

International day of disabled person (IDPD) was announced by United Nations General Assembly in the year 1976. It was celebrated on 3rd of December every year and was declared as ‘United Nations Decade of Disabled Person’ in 1992 offer the frame to the government and organization to properly implement all activities.

International day of disabled person was aimed to prevention, promotion,  equalization opportunities for the persons with disabilities at the international level and understanding the people with disability issues as well to support them to improve their self esteem and rights in the society.

The theme of International day of disabled person

International day of disabled person aimed to ‘full participation and equality’ to aware the people about disabled persons for their development in the societies, citizens and to improve their socio-economic condition.

In 2006,the convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities adopted for advanced the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities implementation. 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Risk Reduction, the New Urban Agenda for development.

  • In 1998, the theme of the year was the “Arts, Culture and Independent Living”.
  • In 1999, the theme of the year was the “Accessibility for all for the new Millennium”.
  • In 2000, the theme of the year was the “Making information technologies work for all”.
  • In 2001, the theme of the year was the “Full participation and equality”.
  • In 2002, the theme of the year was the “Independent Living and Sustainable Livelihoods”.
  • In 2003, the theme of the year was the “A Voice of our Own”.
  • In 2004, the theme of the year was the “Nothing about Us, Without Us”.

Aim of the International Day for the person with Disabilities

  •  It is very necessary to celebrate this event to aware about most of the people do not the how many people in the society around their houses.
  • According to the report approximately 15% of the population of the world is disabled people they are not getting equal rights like normal people in the society to rise their dignity and life of well being.
  • People with disabilities come under “the world’s largest minority” faces lack of proper resources and facing many obstructions.
  • To support the disabled people to get rights, welfare, security and self-respect in the society.
  • To analyze all the issues and whether the rules and regulations implemented by the government organization working well or not.
  • To assist them with proper offer, equal opportunities and focus on their health, education and social dignity.
  • At least 10% of the world’s population live with a disability, 20% of the world ‘s population poor are disabled .
  • The children’s with disabilities are not attending schools is extremely variable, in many low-income and middle-income countries require assistive devices and technology access to them.
  • Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) UN are set 8 development objectives, goals consist of 21 quantifiable targets they address the needs of the world’s poorest citizens.
  • Community-based rehabilitation (CBR) currently implemented development strategy in over 90 countries throughout the world to address the disabilities people. CBR aims to provide equalize opportunities, reduce poverty and rehabilitation.
  • CBR focuses on 4 key development areas- education, health, social and livelihood supported it can make a contribution towards the disabilities people to achieve goals.