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About BRBN:
The Disability People Representative Bodies Network (BRBN) has no factional, religious, tribal, or ethnic goals. It includes disabilities representative organizations along with self-help groups in which the persons with disability are most of its decision makers by a majority of (51%). In addition, it extends to include the groups which are formed by the parents of the persons with disability which aim at defending the rights of the persons with disabilities.
DRBN Vision:
To reach a society where persons with disabilities can enjoy a decent and sustainable life that promotes equity and equality.
DRBN Goals:
  • To defend the rights of people with disabilities in the state of Palestine in accordance with the Law of Palestinians with Disabilities no. 4, 1999 and with the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
  • To work towards and advocate for the improvement of the Palestinian Disability Law no. 4, 1999 and comply it with the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
  • To coordinate the representative bodies with private sectors to promote the issues and reality of disability.
  • To raise awareness about the rights and duties in regards to people with disabilities and rehabilitate them for what serves their own interest.
  • To influence legislation, policies, development, financing and capacity building plans to strengthen and enhance the skills of people with disabilities and their organizations and enhance their role in society.
The Most Important Activities of DRBN:
  • The Right to Employment for Persons with Disabilities Initiative in 2013
  • A press conference on targeting the institutions of persons with disabilities in Gaza in 2014
  • Advocacy campaign for the rights of persons with disabilities during the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip
  • The Search for Justice film which sheds lights on the Israeli violations of the rights of persons with disabilities during the 2014 aggression on the Gaza Strip
  • A booklet on the Israeli violations against persons with disabilities during the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip
  • A human rights report on the Israeli violation against persons with disabilities during the 2014 aggression on the Gaza Strip
  • A conference of the Israeli Violations against Persons with Disabilities during the 2014 Aggression on the Gaza Strip
The Members of DRBN:
DRBN consists of a number of institutions representing persons with disabilities and self-support groups that seeks to defend the rights of persons with disabilities and advocate for their causes in order to reach an inclusive society.
The Current Members of the Network are:
Society of Physically Handicapped People – Gaza Strip:
A non-for-profit civil society institution founded in 1992 that adopts various rehabilitation programs, including health, education and entertainment.
Peace Sport Club for Persons with Disability:
It is the first and only club in the Gaza Strip specializing in the sport of persons with disabilities. It was founded in 2004 and led by a group of young athletes with disabilities to get a real head start in the world of sport. It aims to focus on the sports, cultural and social aspects of people with disabilities.
Association of Visually Impaired Graduates:
A civil association founded in 1996 to serve people with disabilities and defend the rights of visually impaired in particular.
Al Amal Association for Cochlear Implants:
A non-for-profit civil society that serves people with hearing disability and demands their inclusion in society.
Advocacy Association for Development and Community Rehabilitation:
A non-for-profit civil society association founded in 2013. It works in the field of defending the issues of persons with disabilities to achieve an inclusive community.
Himam Youth Center:
The first youth center that is concerned with the situation of youth with disabilities and the ways to empower them and defend their rights.
Shams Youth Group:
A self-support group consisting of persons with disabilities that was formed in 2011. It defends the rights of persons with disabilities and seek to achieve an inclusive community.
Women with Disabilities Group:
A self-support group of women with disabilities, founded in 2011. It seeks to empower women with disabilities, defend their rights, and seek to achieve an inclusive community.
Basmit Amal Group:
A self-support group consisting of the families of people with disabilities, seeks their children’s rights to achieve an inclusive community.
Al-Dameer Society for Persons with Hearing Disability:
A self-support group founded in 2013, aims at defending the issues of persons with hearing disabilities and seeking to achieve an inclusive community.
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