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Community College Focus on Internationalization and Inclusion

U.S. community colleges provide a wide range of academic and professional programs, and are increasing internationalization efforts across campus! These community colleges are eager to join the ranks of institutions with increasing participation in international exchange programs for both American and international students, and want to know how to best recruit, advise, and plan for disability-related accommodations. 

Three people grouped together in a Japanese-style garden surrounded by bamboo. A brown man and white woman, both in their 50s or 60s, are seated in manual wheelchairs and make an "om" gesture with their hands.

Celebrating Our Global Family

With a mission to advance leadership and disability rights globally, every day at MIUSA is International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

Working with more than 2300 alumni from over 135 countries, we put our trust and hopes in the thousands of disabled activists and allies we have been privileged to work with over the past 38 years.

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WILD 2019

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ABOUT MIUSA

Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a U.S.-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to empower people with disabilities around the world to achieve their human rights through international exchange and international development.

A group of people with and without disabilities sit at a table while a sign language interpret stands and interprets the discussion

RightsNow! Mexico Takes Action

The RightsNow! Consortium and Mexican partner organization, MADIJAL, implemented a successful three-day Seminar on “Access to Justice for People with Disabilities” in Guadalajara during April 2018. U.S. and Mexican disability lawyers worked with local government officials to provide workshops and presentations to 133 participants from government, universities, the legal community, civil associations and disabled people’s organizations. Seminar topics included:

MADRE staff give deaf applause for MIUSA presenter Maegan Shanks

Merging Movements: MADRE and MIUSA's New Partnership

“Women are women. If you serve women, you need to serve all women, and you should always expect to have disabled women and girls. This is non-negotiable.” These words, shared by senior-level MADRE staff by the end of the training, reflected a clear and bold shift in thinking had taken place, especially for an organization where most staff had very limited or no prior experience with disability rights issues.

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