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Who is disabled?

To read more click >>here We might want to argue that terms around disability, and definitions more in general, are socially construed.  Though definitions appear indisputably necessary, I would like to proclaim that in the case of disability, they are only necessary because society resists accepting that it is in fact a ‘normal’ state of

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What is disability?

In societies around the world interpretations of terms are influenced from various angles, leading to a variety of definitions and influencing the subject matter it describes in different ways.  The word ‘disability’ has been segregated throughout history into medical, functional, and social models, all of which I will briefly explain in the following. Please note

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A TECH-SUPPORTED ‘MUSIC FOR DEVELOPMENT’ PROPOSAL

I continued the discussion about the potential for Music for Development, while constructing a proposal to form a culturally diverse and decentralized orchestra drawn from several refugee institutions and a variety of European societies. A project that shall nurture common values between refugee’ and European countries; a fusion of classical music with the sounds, rhythms, and instruments

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Music for Development and Peace (MDP)?

Is there a business case for the arts? Can cultural investments quantitatively and qualitatively be measured? Firstly, I would like to suggest that the arts possess the power to ease the socialization process into a culture. Like it is the case with getting into sports – mainly through one’s peers and family members – do

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Be Entrepreneurs!

Everywhere, the voices of youth are crying out for Jobs with increasing vehemence. Giving young people the opportunity to discover their entrepreneurial spirit as I believe that, similar to the debate if leaders are made or born, each and everyone of us possesses some elements of such, which are inherent. Thus, the answer may be

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