Category: Human rights

Caravana La Paz: The continued fight for equality in Bolivia

On March 21st, the brave Bolivian AKIPerDis protestors began their 265 mile journey by wheelchair through the Andes mountains to capital La Paz to demand equality and livable disability pensions. The group has already come face-to-face with adversity in many of its forms in the roughly 100 miles that they’ve traveled since the 21st of March. Amidst death

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Help Disabled Bolivian Activists Cross Andes in Wheelchairs

#MEAction, in collaboration with the Association of People with Disability (APD) in Bolivia, have launched a campaign to raise funds for the brave individuals that are risking their lives to demand equality from their government. Our goal: raise $10,000 by Saturday, March 19th     It all started 50 days ago at the main square in

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Sign this letter to the Danish Prime Minister for Karina Hansen

Editor’s note: Michael Evison of ME Alliance has written this letter to the Danish prime minister about Karina Hansen’s case and is asking for signatures of support from all around the world by Midnight October 29th (GMT).  [button_color url=”http://sallyjustme.blogspot.se/2015/10/karina-hansen-please-sign.html” content=”Sign the letter” target=””]   Dear Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, We the undersigned wish to appeal to you,

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Send Birthday Cards to Karina Hansen

Editor’s note: Karina Hansen is young Danish woman with severe ME. In February 2013, she was forcibly removed from her home by police and taken to a facility for functional (i.e,. psychosomatic) illnesses. The ME Alliance is organizing an action for Karina’s third birthday away from home. You can help Karina by sending cards and gifts

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