【Summary】英文摘要2013 总第03期

作者:一加一   2013.12.11 11:34  浏览802
摘要:Forty disabled persons and their family members from 21 provinces of China gathered for the second “China’s disabled youth leader training camp in Wuhan on August 26 – 30. This event was hosted by One Plus One.

China Disability Observation

The Voice of the Disable

Forty disabled persons and their family members from 21 provinces of China gathered for the second “China’s disabled youth leader training camp in Wuhan on August 26 – 30. This event was hosted by One Plus One. Together with domestic and international experts, they studied and discussed how United Nations Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities should be utilized in our daily life as well as the current situations of higher education and employment for China’s disabled people. Then we issued “Wuhan Declaration”, which represented the voices from China’s grassroots and the disabled people themselves. We believe that fighting for rights of the disabled people in China need their own voices, especially their leaders’. Meanwhile, the disabled people should rethink that leaders we need are not any longer spiritual symbols like CDPF president Ms. Zhang Haidi. Instead, we are calling for leaders who can lead us to fight for our interests.

Industry

Creative Destruction in Disability Works

In the debut issue we have discussed “Beijing model” and “Guangzhou model” in official disability works. Since the founding of China Charity Alliance in April, we have realized that the age of creative destruction in disability works is coming. The five specialized associations under CDPF have independently registered. And we believe there will be more actions in social organization management and innovation. That is, an industrial association on social organization for the disabled will be established to integrate grassroots NGOs and coordinate departments under CDPF, which will manage service institutes for the disabled more effectively.

Dialogue

Accessibility to the Left, Reasonable Accommodation to the Right

We were honored to interview Ms. Anna Lawson, senior lecturer at British University of Leedsduring China-Europa Forum held July in Beijing. As a visual impaired, she has proposed and promoted the concept of reasonable accommodation for years. She explained to us the differences between reasonable accommodation and accessibility. Reasonable accommodation bases on individual angel and accessibility starts from macroscopical view. The better accessibility we already have will require the less reasonable accommodation. But the latter one won’t disappear because it’s the right of each individual entitled. If refused, it will lead to discriminations. However, the precondition of reasonable accommodation and accessibility is to comply with core sprits of United Nations Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, to promote disabled people’s rights and their participations in social life.

Sex

Forgotten Sex – Sexual Myths for the Female Disabled

In daily life, sexual right of the female disabled, just like many other rights, is always neglected. Then it results in sexual myths for them, including they don’t need sex; not sexy; devoid of sexual desire; cannot enjoy real sex; teenagers don’t need sexual education and they don’t need give birth, etc. but in fact, these are all misconceptions. In terms of sex, the female disabled have the exact same demands as everyone. Although sometimes they do have some different ways to obtain orgasm; they also can be very sexy.

Law

Examinations on Civil Procedure Law Article 55 through Pizza Hut Shrimp Ball Incident

One Plus One aims to protect the rights of the visual impaired, turn round the public’s stereotyped image for them as well as exploring how to conduct public interest litigation for the disabled in China. On behalf of the institution itself and individuals, it brought suits against Pizza Hut China. But Fengtai Court in Beijing refused to accept and hear the cases. Then it has stirred deeper considerations on public interest litigation for the disabled. At present its conception still confuses the jurisprudential circle. Normally it’s believed that public interest litigation for the disabled are cases fighting for the disabled’s rights. However, when their rights are violated, they couldn’t launch lawsuits due to lack of litigation subjects.

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