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Seize the Day: Opening Doors to Employment

This blogpost is written by George Abraham, CEO, Score Foundation. Please note that Eyeway's Blog entries reflect the opinions of the author and contributors, meant to encourage debate and discussion, and not necessarily Score Foundation's official policy position.
 
Work and the financial independence it provides, is a basic right of every individual. When it comes to people with disabilities this right is often violated.

It’s time we take our democratic rights seriously

This blogpost is written by L Subramani, who is a Journalist with the Deccan Herald. He authored his first book Lights Out in January 2014. This is the second guest post by Mr. Subramani. Please note that Eyeway's Blog entries reflect the opinions of the author and contributors, meant to encourage debate and discussion, and not Score Foundation's official policy position.

“No matter how hard it would be, I’d be there to do the deed.”
 

Regaining Confidence

This blogpost is written by Anandhi Viswanathan, who is currently working with the Centre for Internet and Society in Bangalore. This is the first guest post by Anandhi and the second guest blogpost on Eyeway.
Please note that Eyeway's Blog entries reflect the opinions of the author and contributors, meant to encourage debate and discussion, and not necessarily Score Foundation's official policy position. 
 

Arrogance in Ignorance

This blogpost is written by Neha Saigal. Ms. Saigal was the Advocacy Officer at Score Foundation in the past, before she moved on to work with Handicap International. Please note that Eyeway's Blog entries reflect the opinions of the author and contributors, meant to encourage debate and discussion, and not Score Foundation's official policy position.
 

Disability Bill 2012: How far have we really come?

This blogpost is compiled and jointly written by Deepti Gahrotra, Communications Manager, Score Foundation and Avinash Shahi, Advocacy Officer, Score Foundation. Please note that Eyeway's Blog entries reflect the opinions of the author and contributors, meant to encourage debate and discussion, and not Score Foundation's official policy position.

Nazar Ya Nazariya

This blogpost is written by Gulzar Mir, has completed his English Honours  from St Stephens College, Delhi University and is currently applying for MA in Sociology at JNU. Please note that Eyeway's Blog entries reflect the opinions of the author and contributors, meant to encourage debate and discussion, and not Score Foundation's official policy position.
 

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