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Social Justice Repair Kit

The goal of this project is to help youth movements and social justice initiatives to:

  • become welcoming environments for youth with learning differences, and
  • benefit from the advantages of inclusive design.

The project will provide a hub:

  • with toolkits, applications and examples
  • to share, repurpose and reuse resources.

The kit will be openly available to any group or individual hosting youth movements, youth action events and social justice movements.

VISIT > Social Justice!!

More info at Wiki

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Structuring Analysis for Innovation

Inclusive children´s book for Hispanic Markets – Support us!

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Adelia Cook, one of three books of the Adelia Collection – Help little Adelia reach all the kids around the world!

I am launching a project in  Catarse ( brazilian crowdfunding site) about an inclusive children’s book developed with an innovative Braille print created by author and graphic designer Wanda Gomes from Brazil. This Braille print developed by her is unique in the world and brings a whole new experience for children with visual impairment or not; it allows textures, reliefs and even scents to be printed!
 The collection is called Adélia and is already in Portuguese with 9 thousand copies distributed.
The funding is to print 500 copies in Spanish for dissemination in Book Fairs in México, Argentina  and Colombia with the Spanish publishers who have already requested the collection and also the american hispanic market.
 A very important project for the education and inclusion of children with visual impairment.
The project also seeks investors to cover or exceed the total value for a larger print run and distribution.
(Google Translator at the bottom of the site)
Spanish article at:
ADELIA

Blind girl feeling the textures of the book with her face.

Thanks in advance for your support, sharing and network! Help little Adelia to reach all the kids of the world!

Open Ideo Challenge – Inclusive Design

 Challenge:

How might we reduce stigma and increase opportunities for people with disabilities?

During our Ideas Phase, we’re calling the global community to action. Toparticipate, all you need to do is create an account, log in,  and fill out basic information about your idea.

Apply by April 23, 2017 at 11:59PM PDT!

https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/disability-inclusion/brief

3D printing prosthesis and the brazilian market

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Great article about brazilian developments in the field of #3D Prosthetics hands in Brazil. Like other Bric countries, high technology prosthesis are not affordable by a large number of population and are not designed to their “reality”. Therefore, there is a great need of low cost prosthetics and a huge market demanding this sort of solutions.

Read the article at “Women in 3D Printing” – Specialist Maria Elizete Kunkel”

“Thank you for reading and for sharing! You can contact Maria by email at mao3d.unifesp@gmail.com and follow Mao3D’s actions on their Facebook page.

We invite you to join Women in 3D Printing on LinkedIn and Facebook for further discussion.”