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Advocacy (Liberia) - Leonard Cheshire Disability Young Voices

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Published on Feb 18, 2009

A film by Daintowon D. Pay-bayee, a participant in the Leonard Cheshire Disability Young Voices project from Liberia.

Young Voices is a project of the Leonard Cheshire Disability Global Alliance. It brings together groups of young disabled people from 21 different countries. It gives an opportunity for them to share their experiences of fighting discrimination and learn about the new UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and their human rights. It gives them training in campaigning, advocacy and media skills to help them hold their governments to their obligations under the UN Convention and raise awareness. They are using video cameras to share their stories and ideas with the world. These films are their own work, their own stories.

To continue their fight for full human rights for people with disabilities, the Young Voices need your support. If you find these films interesting or thought-provoking, please tell your friends and circulate this link or visit our website: http://www.LCDisability.org/youngvoices Subscribe to our channel by clicking the button above to be kept informed of new films and developments.

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