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Armenian Disability Sport Professionals Travel to U.S.

“Sports promote leadership, teamwork, respect, self-awareness, and life skills that are very important for persons with disabilities to be fully integrated members of the society,” says Ruzanna Sargsyan, Program Manager, Armenian Association for the Disabled.

While in Eugene, Oregon, the Armenian delegation will explore practical and strategic actions that will achieve equal participation of girls and boys with disabilities in sports programs.

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United Nations Grants Special Consultative Status to MIUSA

We are pleased to announce that Mobility International USA (MIUSA), on the recommendation of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), has been granted Special Consultative Status to the United Nations.

“We are honored to receive this official recognition of all that our organization has achieved since our founding 33 years ago,” said Susan Sygall, CEO and co-founder of MIUSA.

“As MIUSA works to advance the rights and leadership of people with disabilities across the globe, special consultative status further enables us to bring the issues of disability inclusion and disability rights to the forefront of the international development agenda.”