The Global Disability Rights Library project recently announced a call for organizations to apply to receive a free digital Global Disability Rights Library (GDRL). Applications are open to disabled people’s organizations, universities, and agencies in developing countries. Sixty organizations will receive the digital library to empower them to disseminate valuable disability rights knowledge and toolkits to their communities.
The goal of the GDRL project is to improve the lives of persons with disabilities in developing countries. The project uses an innovative off-line digital storage technology to deliver digital resources to people beyond the reach of the internet. The electronic library will be stored in a hard drive, called an “eGranary unit” that also contains an interface emulating the look and functionality of the web but without requiring actual internet connectivity. Users will include disabled people’s organizations (DPOs), decision makers, government agencies, individual advocates, and others who cannot easily download information from the web. Read more about the GDRL project at:
Questions about the application process or eligibility criteria should be directed to email@example.com. Applicants who cannot use email also may reach us by post mail at:
Andrea Shettle, MSW, MA
Program Manager, Global Disability Rights Library
United States International Council on Disabilities (USICD)
1012-14th Street, NW, Suite 105
Washington, DC 20005
United States of America
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