Every year on December 3, the world meets to observe the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD). This day serves as a reminder of the importance of inclusivity, equality, and empowerment for individuals with disabilities. It’s not just a day of recognition. It’s a call to action to create a world
The employment situation for people with disabilities remains concerning; according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics‘ most recent data. The data shows that only 21.3% of Americans aged 16 and over with disabilities were either employed or actively seeking employment, significantly lower than the 67.1% rate for Americans without disabilities.
The International Day of People with Disabilities celebrated annually on December 3rd is an important event that brings together people from all walks of life to recognize and support those with disabilities. It is a day to honor the contributions and resilience of the disabled community while raising awareness about
Show solidarity with people with disabilities. Here are a few ways to show you how. Champion disability rights. The Society Diversity of Children Foundation says that you are responsible for speaking up against ableism and ableist language. Community growth is only achieved by empowering minority groups without a voice. Face