Project for the Future Liberation and Deinstitutionalization of Muscular Dystrophy Wards
The ‘Project for the Future Liberation and Deinstitutionalization of Muscular Dystrophy Wards’ is a Japanese NGO initiative that supports people with muscular dystrophy to live a life in the community. Since its launch in 2019 ten people have left institutions and are now living in the community.
This session is part of the Zero Project Conference 2023 (ZeroCon23) — organized by the Zero Project, and broadcast from the United Nations Office at Vienna, Austria. ZeroCon23 spans three days (February 22-24, 2023) and is centred around the theme of Independent Living, Political Participation and ICT. It's featuring Voter & Civic Education, Assistive Technology and insights from Deinstitutionalization to Early Childhood Intervention, Self-employment & Micro Finance to Self-representation, and much more.
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