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Fundación Comparlante obtained the special consultative status to the UN!

We are honored to share thar the United Nations has recognized our organization by granting us the special consultative status. A key milestone to actively advance our mission to construct an accessible world and with equal opportunities for everyone. What does this mean for our region? As of, Fundación Comparlante has the right to assign […]

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Partnerships making Impact

Photo of a computer streaming a Zoom meeting of the training provided to the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). All the thumbnails of the IDB and Comparlante cameras are included in the photo. Below, the logo of Fundación Comparlante.

The team of Fundación Comparlante offered a training on accessibility and the daily life of persons with disabilities to the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)´s workers. Thanks to our partneship with the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion area, we offered different trainings and sensitization campaings over the year, and we close the year with a rewarding meeting […]

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Launch of the book: Inclusion vs Equity vol. 02 at the National Library

Image of the Launch of the book "Inclusión vs Equidad Vol.2" On it, there is a miniature of the book. Lorena coordinates the event, and different international authorities shall also present. Below, the logo of Editorial Serial and its e-mail: serial@mandibula.com.ar

Our President, Lorena Julio, would like to invite you to the launch of the second volume of the series Inclusion vs Equity “Questioning privileges that delve into inequalities”. The event will take place on Thursday December 15th at 7 at night in the Room Cortázar at the National Library in Buenos Aires, street Agüero 2502, […]

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December 3 – International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Image named “A fight that does not stop by Lelio Sánchez. Read it on www.comparlante.com". Below, the logo of Fundación Comparlante. There is also a photo with two children, one of them is using a white cane, and an elderly man. There are sitting on desks and chatting in a classroom.

A fight that does not stop   The International Day of Persons with Disabilities was proclaimed in 1992 by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 47/3. It aims at promoting rights, development and the welfare of persons with disabilities in all areas of society, as well as raising awareness of their situation in all aspects […]

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We return to the National Assembly of Ecuador!

Photo of children in fifth grade together with Lorena Julio, Sebastián Flores and Andrés Julio at the main door of the National Assembly of Ecuador. Below, the logo of Fundación Comparlante. Accessible Art, and Andrés Julio´s signature.

Fundación Comparlante celebrates the “Month of Universal Accessibility” at the National Assembly of Ecuador. In 2019, all the Parties in the National Assembly of Ecuador with a unanimous vote established November as the Month of Universal Accessibility. In the context of this celebration, Invisibilidad Consentida, part of the Accessible Art Program, was exhibited. The works […]

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Signing an Agreement with the Ministry of Economic and Social Inclusion of Ecuador

Photo of Lorena Julio, President of Fundación Comparlante, and Jeimy Hernández, Subsecretary of Disabilities, smiling to the camera. Lorena holds and shows to the camera the signed Letter of Commitment.

Fundación Comparlante and the Ministry of Economic and Social Inclusion of Ecuador (MIES by its Spanish acronym) signed a Letter of Commitment aiming at promoting actions in favor of accessibility and rights of persons with disabilities. Lorena Julio, President of Fundación Comparlante, and Jeimy Hernández, Subsecretary of Disabilities, agreed upon exhibiting Invisibilidad Consentida in the […]

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