BIG IDeAs and BIG changes coming here at the Maker Festival, come visit our booth to find out how to make a more accessible province, one IDeA at a time!
Greetings Toronto! The BIG IDeA is in the town! To all Aha family members, please welcome this amazing project running by IDRC ! If you are business operators and having challenges on accessibility, send you challenges to BIG IDeA and they will solve it for you totally FREE! If you are customers has encountered challenges, you can also send them to BIG IDeA, maybe your can make the city more inclusive in the near future!
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BIG IDeA is officially ONLINE! Tracy MacCharles - Minister of Government and Consumer Services has announced that BIG IDeA project is officially online at OBIAA conference on April. 4th If you want to know more about the BIG IDeA project, please visit our website: bigidea.one We provide accessibility evaluation and improvements, inclusive customer service improvements to all businesses. If you encountered challenges in your daily operation, feel free to send us you challenges and we will provide professional inclusive solutions for your business FREE! Stay tuned Toronto, your BIG IDeA is here!
Disability Rights Community Forum for Robust Safeguards in Bill C-14
June 16, 2016, 11:30am - June 16, 2016, 1:00pm
Be strong. Be safe. Be heard. Canadians with disabilities are calling upon lawmakers to limit medically assisted death to persons at the end of life, who are free from inducement and fully informed of all medical and social interventions that could ease their suffering.
On Thursday June 16th, join a Community Forum for Robust Safeguards in Bill C-14 hosted by the National Disability Rights Community. We will let Parliamentarians know what is at stake for disabled Canadians and their families.
We need your voice. Stand with us in Ottawa and across Canada this Thursday.
WHAT: Share your story at the Community Forum for Robust Safeguards in Bill C-14. Tell parliamentarians:
• Why medically assisted death threatens us
• What it means to live with dignity
• Why we must limit medically assisted death to those who are dying
• That our lives—as they are, in all their human-ness, frailty, beauty and needs—are worth living, and must be valued as any other life
PARTICIPATE IN PERSON AT: Rideau Room, Sheraton Ottawa Hotel - 150 Albert Street, Ottawa. If you are joining in person in Ottawa, please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane’s Walk Global Festival
May 6, 2016, 2:00pm
Join the IDI- IDRC Jane’s Walk Global Festival. May 6 from 2 to 3:30 PM, to explore empathy, diversity and inclusion. Empathy: Underground Walk – Inclusive Design Institute – The PATH It is important to talk about diversity and inclusion, but our actions need to support our words. We value diversity in Toronto and see it as an asset. Inclusion, however, remains a challenge and many of our diverse population experience barriers each day. The way to address this challenge is extending our empathy. At the Inclusive Design Institute, we work on understanding the impact of design in everyday life. We believe that design for all of us begins with design for each of us. In this walk, we are going to mull over the largest underground shopping complex in the world and consider how it does and does not meet diverse needs.