Un article qui parle du long chemin pour la reconnaissance des personnes handicapées, des principes d’autodétermination, de participation sociale, de droit. On retrouve le modèle social, comme contributeur majeur vers cette évolution. Merci à l’auteur de l’article Reginald BEYAERT, ancien directeur général de l’IRSA (Institut Royal pour Sourds et
Aveugles). ARTICLE DE REGINALD BEYAERT
Aequitas, Revue de développement humain, handicap et changement social a publié son dernier numéro “historique” !
Quel travail impressionnant de replonger dans les premiers articles de la revue publiés 30 ans auparavant. Découvrez une série de 9 articles écrits par des chercheurs auteurs passionnées.
The Collective of Disability Rights Organizations (CODDPSH) has requested the Minister of Health and Social Services to review the Employment Service Cheque (ESC) program.A first letter had already been issued in February and has remained silent since. Several demands were put forward by the 9 organisations, including INDCP.
The objective of these demands is to improve the programme by placing the people concerned at the heart of these changes.
Moreover, concrete solutions were suggested to make the ESC more inclusive and sustainable.
To read the full press release: https://ripph.qc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/2023-03-08-Lettre-a%CC%80-la-ministre-Sonia-Be%CC%81langer.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0M44ozMMGR0mxxpzHggU4BUB7QkmJ5vWsnbAqP612YBStlAIoS2zpT2qo
To read the solutions proposed by the collective: https://ripph.qc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/2022-04-Le-chèque-emploi-service-a-des-lacunes-Proposition-de-solutions_compressed-1.pdf
Patrick Fougeyrollas, Line Beauregard, Jean-Pierre Robin participated on March 28, 2023 in the Citizens’ Relations Commission concerning the modification of law 11 for Medical Aid in Dying. They presented this brief to respond to and define the term Disability in relation to the MDH-PPH. This brief therefore refers to our perception of disability and therefore of the situation of disability. It also addresses the different recommendations we propose for the establishment and implementation of this law n°11. You can listen to the presentation, of about 45min, by following this link
INDCP Brief – P.Fougeyrollas – law 11
🧐 We are pleased to share with you some pedagogical resources related to the valorization of the knowledge gathered during the REIACTIS Congress at the end of January 2020 in Metz.
👉 Topics relevant to both the field of ageing and disability are addressed. These capsulent are mainly addressed to Master students or professionals and is free of charge.
🗞 It is with GREAT JOY that we announce that the journal AEQUITAS is now available in FREE ACCESS on the ERUDIT distribution platform. From now on, we invite you to go to the ERUDIT platform to consult all the issues that have been published and will be published, free of charge and unlimited.
The archives published between 2020 and 2009 are also available on the platform under the former name of the journal Human Development, Disability and Social Change.
New collaboration of INDCP for the GIFFOCH (Groupe International Francophone pour la Formation aux Classifications du Handicap) project entitled “Access-Mhan” funded by FIRAH (Fondation Internationale de la Recherche Appliquée sur le Handicap).
The project aims to produce knowledge in an inclusive way, i.e. to make the explanatory models of disability accessible and playful.
For more information, please visit: https://www.giffoch.org/2023/01/12/access-mhan/
During 5 days, from 24/10 to 28/10, 12 candidates followed a training session in Brussels with the objective of becoming INDCP accredited trainers, i.e. trainers competent to conduct training sessions based on the MDH-PPH model at the request of INDCP or one of its partner associations (VI-RFPPH, RSPPH, GRAVIR)
Before obtaining this recognition, these candidates still have to present a training sequence on a theme that they have drawn at the end of the session. This presentation is scheduled either in person on 14 December in Marseille at the IRTS Paca Corse, or remotely during the month of January. In addition, a 2nd session of 2 days (15/12 and 16/12) on the collective applications of MDH-PPH is also planned.
The INDCP met last October to prepare a strategic plan for the next three years.
Here are some pictures of the members of the INDCP, a close-knit team with complementary profiles, committed to promoting the social mission of the network. Thank you all for your contribution and support!
With the provincial elections approaching, the Collective of Disability Rights Organizations (CODDPSH), of which INDCP is a member, presents its platform of demands on behalf of people with disabilities. The platform is addressed to the parties contesting the national elections on October 3rd. In addition to its dissemination to the media and political authorities, we invite you to take note of it, to disseminate it as widely as possible and to use it as a reference tool according to the priority issues for you, in your communications with the election candidates and the media. We call for a massive mobilization of the Mouvement québécois de défense des droits des personnes en situation de handicap de tous âges to ensure that the new government stops ignoring the legitimate expectations of people with disabilities, their families and their allies for a decent life and real opportunities to exercise their right to equality.
See the publication of the collective: HERE
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The International Network on the Disability Creation Process (INDCP) is a non-profit organization based in Quebec (Canada) and internationally recognized. The mission of the organization is to promote the most appropriate response to the needs of people with impairments, disabilities and living disabling situations through the promotion, application and development of the Human Development Model conceptual framework – Disability Creation Process (MDH-PPH).
In order to meet part of its mission, the RIPPH offers assessment tools to measure the quality of the environment and the life habits of people impairments or disabilities. In addition, 5 trainings are offered by the organization in Quebec as well as 7 international trainings. For more information on the organization, take a moment and browse through our menu. If you have any other questions, contact us and we will be pleased to answer any questions you may have.