Persons with Disabilities in Africa, with a special focus on migrants, Tuesday 24th November, Pretoria

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This workshop took place in the context of National Disability Rights Awareness Month in South Africa, and following the adoption of the new SDGs which seek to be more inclusive than the former MDGs, “leaving no one behind”.

The dialogue explored the possible impact of the new SDGs on people with disabilities in Africa, especially migrants, with regards to advocating for greater access to health, education, and economic empowerment.


On the right: Chair: Ms Litlhare Rabele, SALO; left: Mr Brian Muziringa, Chairperson, Migrants Disabled Rights Networking Movement


Rev. Mohlakane, The South African Council of Churches

Ms Anneline SigamoneMs Anneline Sigamone, Deputy Director, Redeeming Hope for the Disabled

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Mr Reggie Ditsele, Directorate: Gender and Transformation, Department of Home Affairs