We are thrilled to launch Communication Tools: A Guide, a user-friendly guide of tools in Winnipeg that can help people communicate with First Responders in emergencies.
The Guide is available in English and French, in both digital and printed formats.
Your new, trusted hub of knowledge on cross-disability issues, operated by Canadian Centre on Disability Studies Incorporated, working with people with disabilities and their allies in Canada.
Comprising a wide range of individuals in terms of experience and goals, all are united in advancing disability issues in Canada, informed by human rights.
Federal, provincial, municipal and territorial governments, along with Crown agencies are valued partners in the pursuit of an inclusive, equitable and accessible society for all.
Eviance supports the next generation of researchers, working together to address social, political and economic issues faced by people with disabilities in Canada and abroad.
Through successful relationships with private enterprise, together we explore issues faced by those with disabilities, using evidence-based approaches to find lasting solutions.
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A place where people who are passionate about cross-disability and human rights issues can go to learn, share and grow.
Eviance helps stakeholders learn more about disability issues with the aim of achieving behavioral and system-wide change. That includes addressing multiple, cross-cutting experiences shaped by race/ethnicity, gender, age, orientation and ability.
It’s vital to have an information hub where people can go to obtain and share the latest research on disability issues. This is where Eviance excels as a valued national resource. We seek to achieve behavioral and system-wide change.
Eviance helps create strategic partnerships to amplify the voices of many who speak passionately on disability issues. Together, we create ideal conditions for ideas to grow, for voices to amplify and for lasting change to be actualized.