July 26, 2022

BBC followed Disability Rights International into Ukraine institutions for children with disabilities

“The billions of dollars of international aid being pumped into Ukraine during the war should also be used to shut down orphanages, support families to care for their children and build a community that accepts disability,” says Eric Rosenthal, Executive director of DRI. https://www.bbc.com/news/disability-62226636 Full documentary will be aired soon.

July 14, 2022

DRI is hiring!

Disability Rights International (DRI) seeks experienced accounting and administrative staff committed to working for a fast-paced advocacy organization working to protect the rights of people with disabilities worldwide: Manager of Finance & Administration Administration Associate Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@DRIadvocacy.org.

June 21, 2022

NBC News Highlights DRI’s Work in Ukraine

Russia’s War Creates Orphanage Crisis In Ukraine More than 11 million people have fled Ukraine as a result of Russia’s invasion. But many of most the vulnerable — mentally and physically disabled children — have been left behind.

June 14, 2022

Side event: Lessons learned from Ukraine: Implementing the right to live in the community for children and adults in institutions during a time of war and emergency

United Nations, 15th session of Conference of State Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Friday, June 17, 2022 10:00-11:15 EST Zoom registration: shorturl.at/juMQ8 Accessibility: CART and Sign Language Interpretation AvailableModerator: Eric Rosenthal, Executive Director, Disability Rights International Speakers: Gerard Quinn, UN Special Rapporteur on Disability Halyna Kurylo, Director of Ukraine’s […]