Young People with Disabilities IDEAS Capacity Building Programme

The Inclusion, Disability, Equality, Action and Support Capacity Building Programme will support young people with disabilities to increase and build their skills and confidence as Disability Rights Representatives, Changemakers and Advocates.

Sharing ideas and creating solutions for A Better Future!  

Masterclass 1  The role of digital platforms and tech for better inclusion and accessibility Wednesday 3rd February 2021 – 9:30am GMT
Masterclass 2 The Rule of Law and Governance protecting persons with disabilities rights Wednesday 10th February 2021 – 2:00pm GMT
Masterclass 3 Gender Equality for Young Women and girls with disabilities Wednesday 17th February 2021 – 9:30am GMT
Masterclass 4 Economic Empowerment and Employment – Young People with Disabilities Wednesday 24th February 2021 – 9:30am GMT
Masterclass 5 Ending Stigma and Discrimination Wednesday 3rd March 2021 – 9:30am GMT
Masterclass 6 Inclusive Accessible Education and Learning Wednesday 10th March 2021 – 2:00pm GMT

Delegates will receive a certification for attending, contributing and completing the masterclasses and workshops Part 2 of the IDEAS Capacity Building Programme.  

Delegates will be able to:

  • Plan what they can do collectively to ensure children and young people with disabilities are not left behind in COVID-19 responses and recovery.
  • Identify and plan how they can influence locally and nationally on disability matters and positive change
  • Share what can assist them and what they wish to achieve under each Masterclass Theme.

The Inclusion, Disability, Equality, Action and Support Capacity Building Programme supporting young people with disabilities across the globe to increase and build their skills and confidence as Disability Rights Representatives, Changemakers and Advocates. The Masterclasses Series is aimed for young people with disabilities under 29 years. NO REGISTRATION FEE. 

Accessibility:

  • Sign language will be provided.
  • Further information will be provided

If you are interested in attending, please register below:

(Items marked with * are required fields)

1. First Name:*

2. Last Name: *

3. Country of Residence:*


If you selected other, please list your country of residence here:

4. Date of Birth:*

5. Email Address:*

6. Whatsapp - Mobile Number (Please include + Country Code) - (This will allow us keep up to date with the IDEAS programme and other opportunities):*

7. Facebook/Twitter and other social media sites:

8. Gender:*


FemaleMalePrefer not to specify

9a. Do you identify as a person with disabilities?:*


YesNo

9b. If yes, please provide details of your disability / impairment:


10: Young People with Disabilities Masterclass Series

Select from the sessions below which you would like to attend.


Subject
Date
Attending:
Masterclass 1
The role of digital platforms and tech for better inclusion and accessibility Wednesday 3rd February 2021
Masterclass 2
The Rule of Law and Governance protecting persons with disabilities rights Wednesday 10th February 2021
Masterclass 3 Gender Equality for Young Women and girls with disabilities Wednesday 17th February 2021
Masterclass 4 Economic Empowerment and Employment Young People with Disabilities Wednesday 24th February 2021
Masterclass 5 Ending Stigma and Discrimination Wednesday 3rd March 2021
Masterclass 6 Inclusive Accessible Education and Learning Wednesday 10th March 2021

11a. Are you confident in accessing Zoom Webinar?*


YesNo

11b. If your answer was No would you want to have an introduction session how to use zoom before attending the IDEAS Capacity Building Programme sessions and Masterclasses series?


YesNo

12a. Are you a member of the Commonwealth Children and Youth Disability Network?*


YesNo

12b: If no, do you want to become a member of the Commonwealth Children and Youth Disability Network?*


YesNo

Please check you have completed the form and we will be in touch with further information.

NOTE: Include Me TOO promotes the social model and human rights approach to disability and we usually use terminology such as ‘disabled people’, ‘disabled young people’ and ‘disabled children’. However international language within the Commonwealth and other international platforms use ‘persons with disabilities’, ‘young persons with disabilities’ and ‘children with disabilities’ we therefore use ‘international terms’ with any information shared regarding the Commonwealth Children and Youth Disability Network (CCYDN)