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Disability rights archive: Justice, development, toolkits

They no longer operates as an organization. But some advocates say their website is a useful disability rights archive of ideas and toolkits.
Logo for Disability Awareness in Action shows the acronym DAA inside a circle, and its motto "The International Disability and Human Rights Network"

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Disability Awareness in Action (DAA) was an international human rights network. People with disabilities and deaf people coordinated the network. It focused on human rights in developing countries. Meanwhile, the organization no longer operates today. But some disability rights advocates still believe their publications are helpful. In response, volunteers still maintain their website as a disability rights archive.  For example, the website has publications on human rights, justice, and international development. They also have tool kits for advocates.

Information in the website is often out of date. But some advocates may find this disability rights archive useful.

The website has accessibility features helpful for some people with disabilities. For example, people can decide the size or color of the text and background. But web links and forms do not have labels.

Explore our website to find many disability and deaf organizations around the world. On the left side of the page, use the filters to narrow your search results.

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